Just like any other businesses have risks, the cryptocurrency investment is not an exception. There is a big number of fraudulent projects that take advantage of the cons of the cryptocurrency industry. These vulnerabilities make it easier to attract people, and then leave them without their funds.
2020 was quite a controversial year for the cryptocurrency industry. It started with the bearish sentiment, triggering the collapse of the market. However, the second half of the year turned out to be positive for cryptocurrency, as COVID-related lockdown triggered a significant interest in 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?
Italy is known for favouring innovative technologies such as blockchain. Now, the country is trying to implement the tech in its banking sector. The Italian Banking Association announced that 100 of the country's banks have applied the Spunta solution for the banking sector.
Many governments as well as citizens remain cautious about cryptocurrencies as they lack awareness and understanding of their nature. However, history proves that digital currencies are just another form of money like shells or silver coins with the only difference that it cannot be touched for the first time ever.
The talent acquisition and retention process have always been tedious, expensive, inconveniencing and opaque to job-seekers, employees and employers. However, blockchain’s Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) features of transparency, urgency, decentralization, immutability and security seems to present a better experience for the industry.
One of the most exciting things about the online gaming industry is its growth over the years, and much of that growth has been due to increasing patronage from players who fall majorly into two or both categories: those who have adopted the use of cryptocurrency payments and those platforms that have majored in mobile casino services to capture an underserved gamers population.
The United States Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) has adopted a blockchain forensics tool. Despite seemingly favouring the tech, the agency is not so friendly about the product backed by this tech, namely cryptocurrency.