Blockchain and crypto professions have been grey areas until recently when the industry stood the test of the coronavirus and employed even more people to work as developers, managers, writers, analysts, engineers, and more. However, finding that dream crypto or blockchain job greatly relies on the quality of a CV.
As COVID-19 keeps crashing our hopes and dreams, we keep looking for ways to deal with our new reality. In-home activities have become an important part of our lives, bringing new hobbies into the lives of many people. Computer games being one of them.
Blockchain Technology applications in cyber security range from data protection, decentralization, resistance to attacks among others. General digitization is associated with a heap of risks that developers and entrepreneurs need to be aware of. Although the full potential of the technology is yet to be explored, it is already preventing many cyber crimes across the world.
In the NFT world, a botched launch is often regarded as either a “rugpull” or a blunder which leads to immediate failure. This project, however, didn’t face their end and instead, solidified their existing support by taking the bold step of refunding everyone at a $28,000 loss.
The impact of the cryptocurrency industry on the environment has become an issue of great concern. Some countries like China have even decided to restrict their activities like mining and transactions.
The potential of artificial intelligence (AI) is growing. A new study has found that artificial intelligence is far more effective at composing phishing emails than humans, meaning it could potentially become a better scammer.