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The year 2020 was the year where a slew of innovations took place within the crypto space with regard to use cases as well as with value realisation. The pickup in activity in Decentralised Finance (DeFi) is a good example, with a great number of platforms, as well as better strctured ones, being launched. Staking or otherwise known as yield farming, became very popular as the savvier crypto investors started staking their crypto assets to earn interest in another or the same asset. The Total Value Locked (TVL), ie amount of funds locked into staking, has grown from $2 billion at the start of the year to more than $20 billion by the end of last year, representing a growth of 10x. While DeFi is expected to continue to build on this encouraging growth and mature with better product offerings this year, another new innovation is quietly picking up its pace of growth.
Sports was among the first industries to embrace the advent of cryptocurrency and they continue to find ways to maximize the use of the blockchain to the advantage of the games they play.
Blockchain is interesting. And some #Blockchain ventures look promising. Anyhow, I don’t plan on investing with my half-baked knowledge about the project.
Stock exchange trading gives traders around the world access to the global financial system and the ability to earn big sums. That is why the sector is so attractive to fraudsters and criminals who want to launder their money. In this article, I will try to consider compliance challenges for trading firms and brokerage corporations, the reason why the industry is a target for money laundering, and what to do not to violate the existing regulations.
Cryptocurrencies have undoubtedly shaken up the world of finance from the moment they first appeared. They’ve made their way into various industries, including online gambling. They have influenced this industry so much that a vast number of different cryptocurrency casinos are operating worldwide.
The global COVID-19 pandemic ushered in a unique opportunity for timely investors to take advantage of weaknesses seen across multiple asset classes. Many stocks tumbled to multi-year lows only to soar to new historical highs within months. Commodities like silver gained more than 100% from its March lows while oil prices collapsed to negative $37 a barrel only to recover around $70 per barrel.
Some people in retirement age or close to it seem to be buying bitcoins as a safe investment. It's a good idea to have some assets that you can use to pay your bills and provide for your family during your retirement. Many seniors have realized that the internet has made it possible to do almost anything, so why not invest in one of the most popular online currencies?
Nothing beats motherhood. But, it’s less worthy if the young one lives a life of poverty and distress. Without money, your baby won't enjoy childhood, and that is where investments come in. Being a mom is a full-time job. Some even lose their jobs to focus on bringing up their children. It is a tough call always. But, how do you balance between investments and child upbringing? It is even harder when you’re investing in the volatile Bitcoin investment. If you lose caution, you risk losing all your money, and that will be more tragic. The last thing you want to get yourself into is a lack of funds when you need to take care of your young one's needs. Below are investment tips for Bitcoins. This is especially helpful for busy moms.
Virtual currencies are an uncontrolled and unregulated currency. It does not control or issue the central bank and is controlled only by its creator, used, traded, and accepted among the members of a specific virtually connected community.
Bitcoin providing the world with a free, strong currency .Investing in Bitcoin is the business of the moment and many traders who buy cryptocurrency are driven by the fact that the value of Bitcoins has risen inexorably in recent years.