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.
Since the launch of cryptocurrency and its underlying technology, blockchain, many were puzzled as to how it would revolutionize various sectors of the economy. Now, businessmen have found a new use case for blockchain technology in the sale of used mobile phones.
The Agricultural Bank of China (ABC), one of China’s state-owned banks released something which appeared to be the beta version of the anticipated Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) after a screenshot of the app was widely circulated on WeChat, the country’s equivalence of Facebook.
On April 10, HTC disclosed a plan to support its flagship blockchain phone, EXODUS 1s, with a Monero mining feature. This signifies a start of mobile mining, which holds a promise to bring power costs down and make cryptocurrency mining more decentralized.
Opera, the world's first browser to launch distributed ledger technology (DLT)-based Web 3 capabilities plus a built-in digital currency wallet for its mobile and computer customers, has declared that it will add more new blockchain features.
Although OWNR Wallet hit the stores in April 2019, the major part of cryptocommunity heard about it in December 2019, when OWNR partnered with Bitfinex, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges. We have checked the main facts to see what OWNR is about to bring to the market.
In Kenya, IBM is working to create a blockchain-based microfinance system aimed at food vendors. By tracking sales operations using mobile phone devices and using artificial intelligence to create a credit scoring system, the platform allows microfinance for minute commerce.
A world in which, with your mobile, sitting comfortably at the table, you can know everything in a few seconds, really everything, about the traceability of what you have on your plate and in your glass, is here. Italy is supporting new technologies including blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT) to transform the food industry.