Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk believes cryptocurrency is a far better medium of transferring value than paper money, specifically lauding bitcoin for its ‘brilliant’ structure. Nearly everywhere Elon Mask goes, people want to talk about Tesla. On Tuesday, however, the media magnet went along with a change in focus by discussing his views about cryptocurrencies. His opinions come within months of a Bitcoin-related tweet that landed him in hot water with the social media platform. He ended up getting his account suspended by Twitter.
JPMorgan Chase, the largest U.S. bank (and the world’s sixth largest), has created its own cryptocurrency, a stablecoin called “JPM Coin.” According to CNBC, J.P. Morgan “moves more than $6 trillion around the world every day for corporations in its massive wholesale payments business,” and in a few months, it will start trials for use of this new cryptocurrency for instant settlement of payments between its clients. The report says that J.P. Morgan is for a future blockchain-powered world, but before that happens………..
Paraguay has reportedly recently paid for an Argentinian shipment worth little over $7,000 in bitcoin, the flagship cryptocurrency, in an apparent first for both countries. The deal was made as part of new program incentivizing small shipments. According to Cointelegraph en Español, Argentina sold Paraguay pesticides and fumigation products, and paid for the products in BTC, which was then converted to Argentina’s fiat currency, the peso, to pay the agricultural chemicals’ exporter.
Ripple, the global blockchain-based cross-border remittance company, has been continuously making new partnerships in their effort to establish themselves as a leader in the global financial markets.To date, Ripple has already secured at least 200 partnerships with banks and financial firms around the world, and they are now beginning to see these partnerships come to fruition…………….
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On February 8, the crypto market experienced a strong $10 billion recovery from $111 billion to $121 billion, breaking out of a three-week stalemate. With an overnight price movement, the crypto market nearly fully recovered to January levels at around $130 billion……..
Binance, one of the worlds largest crypto exchanges, has just announced that they have enabled the purchase of cryptocurrency via debit and credit card. Through a new partnership with payment processing firm Simplex, Binance now allows customers to buy crypto on Visa and MasterCard debit or credit cards………..
A new update has emerged from the South Korean financial authority, the Financial Services Commission (FSC). The financial regulatory decided to maintain the ban enforced towards ICOs, based on the findings of the Financial Supervisory Service (FSS). Started September last year, the FSS conducted a survey to 22 enterprises in the country that had launched ICOs, on which they only received feedbacks from 13 of them………..
In an interview with Joe Rogan, Twitter’s CEO, Jack Dorsey answers the question on whether or not he will create his own cryptocurrency. He said that he has no plans for that at the moment, however, he expressed his personal view towards cryptocurrency and the internet. Dorsey believes that the internet will have its native currency one day, although he doesn’t know what that would be………
Cryptocurrency exchanges that want to use Nasdaq’s proprietary surveillance technology need to have more than money. A team of about 20 people contribute to an elaborate due-diligence process aimed at ensuring that any exchange that wants to use the technology, which scans for fraudulent transaction patterns, is technically capable and morally inclined to use the powerful software wisely………