Blockchain is one of the most highly requested digital professional skills of 2020 according to LinkedIn. Emerged for the first time in 2009 with the dawn and emergence of cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology has created the backbone of a new type of Internet, expanding its areas of application.
Just like any other business, Bitcoin and digital currency trading needs, skill, providence, and first-rate timing if you want to make a good profit. Auspiciously, a good number of means than ever before have been developed to help traders understanding the existing market conditions and generate profits from price trends which other, semi-skilled merchants might fail to benefit from on.
MobileGo team which possess themselves as ‘by gamers for gamers’ project has released their own gaming platform to bring new experience to the gamers all around the globe. Beta of the platform is already live and available for everyone who wants to try it.
Gambling and betting are centuries old, and have never been known for unanimous social acceptance. While some people believe that they have a solid chance of winning in a game of chance or a game of skill, others decry such practices as leading to problems, misery, and even addiction.
Vanywhere, the skill-sharing platform that enables anyone with a marketable skill to capitalize on their knowledge and talent, is announcing today a collaboration with Qtum, the blockchain application platform. The Vanywhere marketplace runs on the smart VANY token, which adheres to the Qtum QRC20 token standard as the currency used for payment within the Vanywhere ecosystem.
One of the age old debates in finance is whether or not markets are efficient. The efficient market hypothesis states that “at any given time and in a liquid market, security prices fully reflect all available information.” As a result, “attempts to outperform the market are essentially a game of chance rather than one of skill.” However, the waters are muddied by entities called dark pools as well as the existence of complex financial instruments like swaps and collateralized debt obligations (CDOs).