Investing in blockchain, cryptocurrency, and the stock market has become the name of the game not only among people in finance but also in other industries. Nowadays, we see a ton of millennials and Gen Z’s raving about investing in blockchain technology because of its high return ― allowing them to retire and become millionaires before they even enter the workforce.
DappRadar estimated that the recent crypto downturn has not harmed blockchain-based games and NFTs.
This year’s first Cryptonites episode explores what makes Bitcoin the safest network ever created.
Kinetic Financial evaluates current tech trends from a financial perspective.
As we reflect on 2021 and how early adopters of enterprise blockchain technology have benefited from the efficiencies generated by novel technologies, we feel optimistic about the future of the blockchain industry, particularly within capital markets and financial services.
Kryptomon, an NFT Play-and-Earn blockchain game company where Pokémon meets CyptoKitties and Tamagotchi, has emerged as the first gaming firm in the world to develop a “living” NFT on the blockchain. The first of its kind within the crypto space, Kryptomon is distinct and allows participants, known as trainers, to take care of their Kryptomon if they hope to ever emerge as the champion of the Kryptomon League. Like other living creatures, Kryptomons simulate features of a living pet and have their likes and dislikes, choice meals, and immune systems. Therefore, a trainer must be good as a breeder and battler because a Kryptomon’s “happiness” directly influences their ability to fight.
There's not an enormous gap between a blockchain enthusiast and a certified expert, it's just a matter of getting the right training, and that's what these self-paced courses deliver.
This is a guest opinion post from Eric Saraniecki, Digital Asset’s Co-founder and Head of Strategic Initiatives.
The U.S. Postal Service has confirmed that it was testing a blockchain-based mobile voting system ahead of the 2020 Presidential election.