Houbi has Launching A New Mobile Application for Crypto Trading

Huobi Group has declared the launch of its new mobile application, Huobi Lite. The new app will allow anyone to trade crypto currency on Android and iOS at no cost or commission. Users can exchange crypto currencies with fiat currencies likes $USD, Vietnam Dong, Malaysian Ringgit, Hong Kong Dollars and China Yuan by several payment method as well as credit cards. Applications that crypto assets supported Huobi Lite also support with BTC, ETH, USDT, HT, EOS, BCH, XRP, LTC and HUSD, they also looking forward to establish new crypto assets…

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DLT Can Enhance the Global Financial System; Central Bank Officials

Three monetary and crypto currency experts talk about the challenges and possibility of central bank on issuing digital currencies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Bitcoin Expo on March 7, 2020. Conversationalist admit that distributed ledger technology (DLT) could enhance the global monetary system, but the challenges still remain in terms of privacy, interoperability, and scalability of blockchains. The central bank should not rush to use the DLT; IMF Office An economist of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Sonja Davidovic, remind central banks not to hurry to apply blockchain…

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There Are Exit Above 7000 Cryptocurrency ATM’s in The Global

The total of crypto ATMs worldwide has increasing to over 7,000, with available in 75 countries. According to CoinATMRadar listed 7,014 existing cryptocurrency ATM’s. This number covers machines that provide digital currencies aside from Bitcoin (BTC), consist of assets for instances Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ether (ETH), Dash (DASH) and Litecoin (LTC). Crypto ATM’s achieved a lot In 2013, the first transaction, Robocoin placed a machines in Vancouver’s coffee shop. Let the customers to trade Bitcoin for cash, the machine saw $ 10,000 in BTC operates on its launch day. Currently,…

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Coinbase and Messari Staff Working Remotely Because of Corona virus

After a week launching its plan, Coinbase advising their employees be ready for the next phase, no exceptions. Coinbase Chief Executive Officer Brian Armstrong sent a tweets indicating that crypto firms will direct certain workers to work from home. Messari’s founder sent a message “going remote first and will be scrapping most planned business travel for the next couple of months.” Armstrong shared the latest version of the Coinbase: “…we are starting to see the first documented instances of community transmission in the areas of our Portland and SF offices. …

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UK Set Up and Place Haitian Farmers and Their Harvest on The Blockchain

On a recent news UK technology companies has announced a blockchain ecosystem for Haiti farmers that could brings transprency to the supply chain while increasing sales. On 28 February, Agrispetger, a UK-based blockchain outfit is in control to manage for building this new ecosystem. Their aim is to confirm that farmers gain enough pay for their crops. Every farmer is included in the system The inclusion of the main block of Agrotius has enabled the solution to be much more transparent than it has ever been in the region. Parties…

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The First Crypto-Native Bank in the U.S. Started by Caitlin Long

A former Wall Street executive Caitlin Long is taking advantage of the successive Wyoming legislature to create a first crypto-native bank in the U.S. She also has assisted Wyoming establish 13 blockchain-enabling laws. The bank’s called is Avanti, which implies “forward” in Italian. have come a long way to this announcement earlier today in a 29 tweets of threads. She added: “a critical piece of U.S. market infrastructure is missing – a regulated bank that can act as a bridge to the Federal Reserve for payments and [offer] custody for…

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Assemblywoman Established The Act of Digital Asset Technology and Blockchain

New Jersey is one of the first state to put forward laws around crypto companies. In compliance to the new bill, the crypto currency business must now acquires the right license to operate. On February 20, Assemblywoman Yvonne Lopez has suggested the Blockchain Digital Assets and Technology Act. The legislation will make new terms for the virtual currency business and build consumer-friendly protections by demanding crypto firms to disclose their legal names, Anti Money Laundering (AML) and Anti-Terrorism Financing (ATF) policies, and their licensing and legal history to New Jersey…

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Sweden Is Examining Digital Currency At Its New Central Bank

Sweden’s nation has started testing an e-krona, making it much closer to the proper introduction of digital currency (CBDC) at the central bank. The pilot program lasts for one year, until February 2021. If and when the e-krona officially launches for public use. The hope is that this blockchain-powered currency will drive traditional payments and banking activities across the world. Instead of swiping a credit card or investing fiat currency, the blockchain can be applied to daily transacting. These days, CBDCs are a hot topic, and Sweden is the second…

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Samsung Keeps Cryptocurrency In Galaxy S20 Models.

South Korean technology giant Samsung recently unveiled its latest series of smartphones. The Galaxy S20, at the San Francisco, Unpacked 2020 gathering. While the headline feature is undoubtly the new camera, the phone will also build on the built-in blockchain security features. Launched a year ago on the Galaxy S10 according to official marketing material. Security is yet a focus Samsung highlights the security features of the new phones after copious details regarding the new camera, and briefly mentioning 5G, battery life, and storage. Those build on the Knox platform, a security solution in…

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HSBC Produces 35,000 Jobs and Participation in Digital Finance

According to HSBC’s executive unveiled a plan to remove 35,000 jobs before end of 2022 and investing in digital finance. HSBC’s plan over the next three years is to reduce staff and branches to facilitate operations by investing in technology. Noel Quinn, the group’s chief executive mentioned: “In Retail Banking, we will expand our products offering and increase our investment in digital. We’ll refocus our Retail Banking presence to serve globally mobile clients, reducing our branch network in the US by around 30%. […] We will also continue to invest…

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