Bitcoin still has a long journey to be widely accepted. This is not because it is hated or not suitable to be used in making transactions, but it’s majorly because of its volatile nature and many factors that need to be worked on. Bitcoin is very volatile to be widely putative as a stable currency.
It looks like there will be massive adoption of cryptocurrency in 2021 as the COVID-19 pandemic forces people to turn to digital assets. This nascent industry offers great opportunities for gaining profits.
Despite the global economic recession caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the cryptocurrency markets have soared significantly in value in 2020. The New Year is expected to be even more favourable for the growth of the industry, opening vast investment opportunities.
After months of meticulous planning and discussion, two blockchain projects APEX Network and Red Pulse Phoenix have made a strategic maneuver to combine their platforms and ecosystems through a merger that will create a comprehensive enterprise data blockchain platform.
Blockchain technology is considered to be secure and immutable due to its decentralized nature. But as it becomes more popular with new solutions popping up almost daily, hackers become inventive enough to find vulnerabilities and attack it.
According to the recent report by PwC, a global audit and consulting network, Blockchain has what it takes to add $1.76 trillion to global gross domestic product (GDP) by 2030. But what is the basis of these ambitious projections? Are these numbers practical or far from reality?