On December 14, Ukraine's TASCOMBANK announced the launch of a pilot project to test the functionality of the electronic hryvnia. Although the National Bank (NBU) supports this project, it claims that it is the only institution authorized to issue the CBDC, so the pilot project will not have a significant impact on the development process.
Donating to victims of various disasters is a great way to introduce peer-to-peer digital assets to new people and organizations. Cryptocurrencies have evolved over the past decade and are now being used by international non-governmental organizations (I-NGOs) like Save The Children for charitable purposes.
The peer-to-peer Covesting copy trading module has received a crucial risk management update, designed to provide users – notably followers – with more intel to use related to a strategy manager’s margin allocation.
There is a theory that Japan is the mother country of Bitcoin. Regardless of whether it is true or not, it was among the first countries to start making virtual currency transactions. Besides, Japan was the first country to solve the problem of double-spending for crypto using the P2P structure.
In this era of the Covid-19 pandemic where peer-to-peer (P2P) transactions are being discouraged, investors are starting to develop new effective alternatives of transacting. One of the alternatives is using Bitcoin automated teller machine (ATMs), a digital banking outlet which enables cryptocurrency users to conduct pivotal transactions without the aid of a P2P trader. Crypto ATMs are one of the swiftest means to purchase and sell digital currencies.
Fast Listing feature allows users to trade newly added tokens in a more convenient way by using the Rubic platform. Analytics suggests the launch of the feature will speed up the trading process, as well as boosting the trading volume on the platform.