According to the recent report by PwC, a global audit and consulting network, Blockchain has what it takes to add $1.76 trillion to global gross domestic product (GDP) by 2030. But what is the basis of these ambitious projections? Are these numbers practical or far from reality?
The lack of clear investor rights in Bitcoin (BTC) and other blockchain-based cryptocurrencies and the absence of aboveboard regulations to protect rights are concerning public authorities, and upon request, the Capital Markets Board of Turkey has taken action to review and regulate digital currencies and intermediaries.
There is no doubt that Italy is registering steady progress in the investment, adoption and use of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc., blockchain and distributed ledger technology, whether by the public, companies, financial institutions, businesses or others.
Cryptocurrency operations have caught the eye of the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA), Canada’s primary tax-collecting institution. It has been concerned about risks associated with cryptocurrencies and lawful regulation of taxes in the digital asset field.
Distributed Ledger Technology allows for unprecedented levels of transparency, audit ability and transferability. SALT tokens are built on an Ethereum smart contract, making them among the most secure tokens available.
“Imagine an interactive, collaborative gaming community that lets the players create and shape their own destiny and wealth. Imagine an analytical platform with deep player insights and new exciting revenue generation opportunities for game developers. Imagine generating a constant revenue stream just by playing the games you love”.
А series of companies from different countries around the world have announced blockchain-related projects in the field of digital advertising. All of them are aimed at solving the problem of verification of qualified advertising resources and preventing ad fraud, such as from bots or exploitation of backdoors in ad serving networks, the losses from which total $16.4 billion per year, according to the Adloox audit verification company.
One of the leading audit and advisory services companies, Deloitte, has collaborated with SETL, a London-based fintech company, and Metro Bank to produce a contactless card for payments using blockchain technology.