Revolut has rolled out cryptocurrency withdrawals to give its users the new option of transferring their digital currency. The feature allows withdrawals to private wallets outside of the Revolut ecosystem in an effective, fast and secure manner.
As countries brace for elections in the time of COVID-19, they are wondering how possible this can happen while social distancing measures prevail. Blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT) seems to provide a good option for organizing and conducting free and fair elections during this time of emergency.
There seems to be a new view in China about how it should respond to the possible issues posed by Libra, Facebook's cryptocurrency. It has been suggested that the country should turn to working with other blockchain and Bitcoin friendly nations to regulate the industry, instead of quickly establishing its individual option means of payment.
Notwithstanding the brief upward move and subsequent fall, the bulls defended the low at $136. The price moves up to $143 after a successful defense of the support. Luckily, Ether is in the bullish trend zone. The upward movement will likely continue to the recent highs. Assuming, the bulls sustained the price above EMAs, then we should expect the market to reach a high of $157.
In an effort to enable effective transnational payments using the Bitcoin Blockchain, around 60 Latin American banking institutions where almost 20 million users are active customers of money management services, are now busy developing modern financial systems based on distributed ledger tech, and this will give the people of South American countries an option to make Bitcoin payments.
One of Europe's airline giants, Norwegian air, is set to launch it’s own cryptocurrency exchange and allow ticket sales via bitcoin. The airline plans to add the most popular and biggest cryptocurrency by market capitalization as another payment option its customers.