As the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry is almost entirely digital, it offers vast potential for remote labour. About 61% of employees prefer being fully remote, and 74% of professionals want remote work to become standard, according to Forbes.
It is indeed an obstinate time for Forbes as news media in China calls its recently issued report on the Chinese government digital currency “baseless guesses.” A report that was published by Forbes’ cryptocurrency editor known as Michael del Castillo on Tue Aug 27, 05:13pm showing that Paul Schulte, ex global head of financial strategy at China Construction Bank, has identified 7 giant companies to have access to the Chinese state-owned virtual asset called Digital Currency/Electronic Payments (DC/EP).
Terrorist groups including Islamic State, Al-Qaeda and many others have fruitlessly tried to collect money via Cryptos such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, an ex CIA analyst told Congress on September 7, as per Forbes.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) received a court order to charge Titanium Blockchain Infrastructure Services (TBIS) with fraud, Forbes reported on Tuesday, May 29. The blockchain technology company allegedly broke laws imposed by federal securities in a $21 million crypto trading scam.