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  • [New] Within the next few years, a variety of use cases will emerge for cryptos and for blockchain. PYMNTS.com
  • [New] The rising use of cryptocurrencies could undermine effectiveness of US economic and financial sanctions and potentially dent the role of the American dollar. ETCISO
  • [New] Cryptocurrencies could become a vehicle for taking money out from countries like India and China. Busienss Standard
  • [New] Walmart is going for Blockchain that will make it's delivery drones exchange information securely and have same-day delivery at a much lower cost. SoftClouds
  • [New] The Future Blockchain Summit, in 2021 will feature discussions on Blockchain in Finance, Blockchain as an alternative investment option and Blockchain beyond cryptocurrency, with applications and use cases in every industrial area. Gulf News
  • [New] Based on latest updates, the usage of blockchain pockets expertise will yield prodigious financial progress by 2022. viewmagazine.org
  • [New] While certain countries, such as China, have imposed restrictions on bitcoins and other forms of Blockchain transactions, we are still very optimistic that specific regions of the world will eventually embrace Blockchain-based currency in 2022 completely. Techfunnel
  • [New] The cryptocurrency market lacks transparency not only in Russia but also in other jurisdictions, pointing out higher risks of crypto derivatives products like Bitcoin futures or exchange-traded funds. CoinTelegraph
  • [New] With the rapid rise of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, stablecoins - cryptocurrencies that aim to maintain a stable value relative to another asset or pool of assets - have come under increasing heat from global regulators concerned about their risks to financial stability. Forkast News
  • [New] Crypto risks are on the rise, and now is the time for the SEC to take the lead on regulating cryptocurrencies before the negative externalities associated with them spin even further out of control. Forbes
  • [New] The rapid growth of cryptocurrencies poses several risks to investors and policymakers. Reuters
  • [New] While Bitcoin's adoption as legal tender in El Salvador may not materially affect the day-to-day use of Bitcoin in the United States, it will alter the regulatory landscape for businesses providing cryptocurrency services. CUBE global
  • [New] Up until recently, financial authorities have had a restrained attitude towards cryptocurrencies with the Central Bank of Sri Lanka issuing a warning notice earlier in 2021 for the risks associated with crypto investments. Bitcoin News
  • [New] Brazil's Central Bank president Roberto Campos Neto said last week that his institution will first regulate cryptocurrencies as an investment and only afterwards as a means of payments due to overwhelming consumer demand for the investment use case. Tech Monitor
  • The trading of cryptocurrency involves buying and selling of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, Cardano, etc. - Trading could include changing digital currencies into fiat currencies and vice versa. ETCISO
  • Back in April, Sri Lanka's central bank issued a public notice against the risks associated with cryptocurrency investments, citing a lack of legal or regulatory recourse. CoinTelegraph
  • A new report by Capgemini estimates that around 45% of users will be using cryptocurrencies to make payments by 2023. trendycryptonews.com
  • The Volt Crypto Industry Revolution and Tech ETF will follow companies that have the bulk of their net assets in cryptocurrencies, or get their revenue from other activities related to bitcoin, such as lending, bitcoin mining or even producing mining equipment. MoneyWeek
  • The unmanageable growth of cryptocurrencies is raising concerns of governments around the world, including money laundering, possible systemic risks to the financial and monetary system, and energy-intensive computing processes that are damaging global environmental goals. PingWest
  • Diem and Novi (a wallet app that Facebook is developing) will use blockchain technology to form a new digital payments standard that will serve more than 1.2 billion underbanked consumers globally. American Banker
  • In terms of Africa's blockchain market, it is projected to possess a 30% market share of the global blockchain market and grow from a $1.1 billion market in 2020 to a $134.9 billion market by 2028. AppsAfrica.com | African mobile and tech news - tech events in Africa
  • Because blockchain technology is a technological collaboration between encryption technology, the internet, and agreements, the future of small and medium companies will be brighter and they will be able to participate in the global market. TECHS READER

Last updated: 24 October 2021


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