The Central Bank of Sri Lanka is about to decide which firm will develop a blockchain platform that could speed the processing of bank users’ ID information.
Prior to the pandemic, it was a common narrative in crypto space that Bitcoin was immune to any macroeconomic and geopolitical issues.
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Binance, one of the largest crypto exchanges in the world, has officially received the third ever branded Twitter emoji in the industry, after Bitcoin and Crypto dot com.
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Cardano’s ADA has done extremely well in 2020 in terms of price action.
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For Norway’s huge following of climate change and sustainable farming activists, blockchain technology may hold an answer.
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Cardano (ADA) has been on a hot streak as of late, incurring intense upwards momentum that has allowed it to garner a trend independent of the aggregated crypto market.
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Tezos, like most other cryptocurrencies, has been caught within the throes of an extended bout of sideways trading as it hovers within the mid-$20 region.
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The University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) paid out over $1.14 million in Bitcoin to hackers earlier this week, days after their data was held as ransom by a group of unidentified individuals.
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