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.
Beginners in the cryptocurrency industry are often afraid of the risks associated with it. Besides price volatility, the users often face the danger of their wallets being hacked, causing irreparable losses.
The cryptocurrency market has shown itself as one of the most volatile markets in the world. Bitcoin and altcoin price daily fluctuations sometimes vary from 4% to 40%. Most of the traders have to struggle with such a high volatility level and keep on earning instead of losing.
The outbreak of Covid-19 has pushed several governments and electoral commissions globally to the wall by making them look for other alternative means of organising and conducting free and fair elections. One of the available options is using a Blockchain-based e-voting method.
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.
If you ever thought college students would have to wait until they graduate before they are loaded, then you are wrong. Today’s university students are investing heavily in crypto ventures. In fact, cryptocurrency might make them billionaires even before they graduate.
The COVID-19 global pandemic has forced teams to work from home regardless of what their roles are, while some companies simply suspended operations. The crypto industry, already popular for remote working, is embracing it, but what lies ahead of us should the pandemic come to an end?
As the world continues to come to terms with a new way of living and working, confined to homes and restricted travel as a result of the ongoing pandemic lockdown measures from governments across the world, the crypto community online has risen to show is support for relief efforts in the COVID-19 fight