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
The giant Spanish Football club recently revealed it is building its own cryptocurrency to be used by fans to access club goodies. In a recent press release FC Barcelona team captain Lionel Messi featured alongside the CEO of the startup who developed the cryptocurrency to launch the project.
New Zealand Police continue to excellently investigate the Cryptopia hack that took place on Monday, January 24, 2019. Via an official press release, the Police revealed on Feb 7, that the probe is progressing on well. Cryptopia is a cryptoasset exchange that is based in New Zealand.
The Ethereum Foundation has announced the fourth wave of grants offered to 20 various people and entities behind the Ethereum (ETH) blockchain technology, in a press release on Monday, October 15, 2018.
Crypto scams have largely spread across the world taking various shapes. Driven by one single purpose, fraudsters invent many tricks to lure naive investors into the nets of their malicious schemes. If a crypto company spends a lot of money on its advertisements, it is likely a scam.
The promotion of Bitcoin during Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Atlético Madrid matches. Singularity-X has exceeded all expectations: the crypto exchange promoted Bitcoin trading at no charge across Europe during several live broadcasts.
Blockchain, an industry that is highly competitive within the digital cut throat competition of the digital age, makes every project ever more dependant on a good marketing strategy to survive. With thousands in existence and hundreds of new startups launching every year, the need to get the word out to potential investors is paramount to success.
When businesses look for new employees they will often get a slew of candidates vying for whatever job opportunity it is they have made available. Ideally, the firm wants to pick the most qualified of these candidates, i.e., the ones that they deem to be the most suited for the job.
The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is considering to hold a big workshop in June on cryptocurrency scams and fraud. This workshop will be titled "Decrypting Cryptocurrency Scams" according to a press release published on April 30 and its main objective is to educate the people about the risks that are in the crypto sector.