The legality of cryptocurrencies varies from territory to territory. The UK especially leans towards crypto mining and trading as well as blockchain development but will get under the skin of illegal miners.
The South Korean government is actively adopting disruptive innovations including blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT) within various industries. It seems the country wants to follow in the footsteps of Japan and Switzerland to become a global tech hub.
Cryptocurrency hub Kick Ecosystem has launched its new exchange, KickEX. Licensed and regulated in the European Union, the exchange specialises in advanced trading features suitable for both beginners and professionals.
The Reserve Bank of India recently announced cryptocurrency is not banned in the country but advised citizens not to rely on it. At the same time, the country seems to be much more friendly towards blockchain, launching a hub in Bengaluru.
Twenty years since the introduction of cloud computing, Small and medium Enterprises are Embracing technology Globally. In Italy, many firms adopted technology to improve business efficiency. IBM introduced business hubs focusing on integrating computing for Small and medium-sized businesses in Italy.
In today’s world banks are a mandatory link in the chain of our financial interactions. Banks are unavoidable hubs that are involved in any operation, be it a personal money transfer to a friend or a large scale enterprise deal. But as any hub – banks are centralized. Does it mean that banks have unrestricted access to your hard earn funds? The short answer is – yes, it does.