As many countries are competing to see who will be the first to launch an effective working central bank digital currency (CBDC), China seems to be in the lead of this game. The country has carried out several trials of its digital yuan in different parts of the country.
Ever since the use of cryptocurrencies started, men have been on the top of this game, but today, it looks as if the trend is changing. Latest research shows female trading are making big strides at trading cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin than male traders.
People tend to look up to celebrities. That is why when they set a trend for something, common folks take up the trend almost immediately. For this reason, scammers often use their popularity to look more reliable and attract potential victims.
One of the most exciting things about the online gaming industry is its growth over the years, and much of that growth has been due to increasing patronage from players who fall majorly into two or both categories: those who have adopted the use of cryptocurrency payments and those platforms that have majored in mobile casino services to capture an underserved gamers population.
The world has entered the era of supreme technological advancements. The gambling industry has been completely remodeled due to major advancements in technology, with tech like blockchain and cryptocurrency igniting the rise of online casinos.
It’s been an unexpectedly good year for blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Economic uncertainty, driven by global slowdowns in the face of a pandemic, has seen renewed interest in currencies that don’t rely on traditional banking institutions. Bitcoin, while it may not return to the heights it reached in 2017, continues to fluctuate in an upward direction.
The world’s first licensed Bitcoin-led casino operator, Bitcasino, has yet again expanded its ecosystem by adding full support for Ripple’s native currency, XRP, allowing its community of users to benefit from XRP’s fast transactions and lower fee structure.