The word “bitcoins” has many people talking. Just what is it? Can you just start buying some and forget about it? After all, if something is worth money, why not use it for trading currencies? In a world where money flows around the world like a river, it’s more important than ever to be able to trade between different currencies.
Remittances are an essential flow of money for many nations globally. Without people sending money back home to friends and family, many people would be off far worse. The role of cryptocurrencies in this equation remains uncertain, although there are several robust initiatives taking place. Global Remittance Numbers Are Falling It is worrisome to see
Blockchain technology continues to find novel use-cases. Blockchain Technology Powers China-Europe Trade According to a report by Big News Network published on April 11, distributed ledger technology (DLT) is being leveraged to boost trade via the China-Europe train routes. The use of the emerging technology has aided significantly to lowering logistics costs and served as
In late 2021, an unknown person or group launched an anonymous online ledger called the Bitcoin ledger. Launched by its anonymous inventor Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin quickly recorded secure transactions on a highly secured, decentralised Blockchain-a public network of servers maintained by a network of participants.
Most people like talking about a good outlier story: Can you believe bitcoin is up over 1,000% since the start of 2019? Did you see WTI crude oil futures went negative last year? How crazy was that rally in GameStop from below $20 to above $400 in a matter of weeks?
Bitcoin mining used to be nothing more than a profitable side-project for cryptocurrency hobbyists. With the explosive popularity of Bitcoin, the mining process — and its surrounding technology — has seen significant innovation and growth.
There has been a lot of hype and buzz around the world about the newest and most fascinating form of currency, bitcoins. Although some have viewed it as nothing more than a modern-day equivalent to gold, this isn't the case.
The total crypto market cap added $168 billion to its value for the last seven-days and now stands at $2,106 billion. The top 10 coins were mostly in green for the same time period with Polkadot (DOT) being the only exception with its 7.1 percent of price decrease. Bitcoin (BTC) is currently trading at $60,739,