El Salvador became the first country to accept Bitcoin as legal tender. UNICEF invests in Blockchain firms that work on financial inclusion. Bitcoin mining is increasingly becoming responsibly sustainable and green. These and many others in this week’s newsletter.
Several mainstream banks are investing in crypto. Crypto exchanges are working on IEO and ETPs, Bitcoin donations accepted for Clean Drinking water, Natural Gas powered Bitcoin miners – These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
This week too, a lot of initiatives surfaced that focuses on making crypto greener. Meanwhile, several countries are advancing their CBDC plans. These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
NFT or Non-Fungible Tokens are in the news almost every single day in the past couple of months. From 69 million dollars digital artwork to 2.5 million dollar tweets, everything under the sun seems to be ensnared by the lure of tokenization. Why is there such a sudden interest? What happens when the dust around NFT settles down? How to ensure our now expensive tokens remain priceless forever?
This week’s newsletter covers a wide range of topics – increased interest in NFTs, growing investment in Blockchain for sustainable economy use cases, among others.
Global warming has become a dire threat to climate in past decade. This article explores how Blockchain helps with the decarbonization goal.
The OCC has issued a letter that further pushes the US banks in the direction of crypto. What does the OCC letter means to Blockchain? What is the impact on stablecoins and the broader crypto space?
After years in the making, finally, the much anticipated Ethereum 2.0 is here. On Dec 1, 2020, at noon UTC,
Today, several businesses and individuals are shifting to the circular economy. Blockchain technology can drive adoption of such sustainable practices.
This week’s newsletter is the 25th one in the weekly newsletter series. And what a week it has been. Bitcoin soars to US $16,000. Interest for staking in Ethereum 2.0 is gaining momentum. A mysterious fork in the Ethereum Blockchain raises alarms. These and many more in this week’s Blockchain This Week.
There are still 1.7 billion unbanked in the world. What are the reasons behind such a significant number of unbanked? Can CBDC drive their financial inclusion?
This post illustrates how we can leverage Blockchain in every stage of the election process while upholding the election integrity.
Micropayments, as the name suggests, are transactions involving small amounts of money usually done electronically. Micropayments are an integral part of today’s subscription services and in-app payments. However, many factors, technological and economical, have hindered its widespread adoption. But, the dawn of Blockchain technology and the growing adoption of crypto and digital currencies have solved many of the longstanding issues with micropayments, leading to its increased acceptance.
There is a lot of debates happening around the environmental impact of crypto. Meanwhile, several green initiatives are also commencing in the crypto space. This week’s newsletter explores some of these along with news on how various governments are dealing with crypto regulations in their respective countries.
Elon Musk Tweets, Doge Leaps, Bitcoin Retreats Tesla Rescinds Bitcoin Payments Only weeks after announcing that customers can buy Tesla
It is a 50!!!! Today’s newsletter is the 50th in the series. It feels as if I just started writing this newsletter, and a year has just passed by.
It has been yet another exciting week in the world of Blockchain and crypto. Here are the salient developments of this week in today’s newsletter.
Ether reaches all-time high, Blockchain used for land titling in Africa, and here comes the Dogefather
Times Magazine to Accept Crypto Payments, Venmo Launches Crypto Trading, Bitcoin Drops, Ether Goes Up – These and many others in this week’s newsletter.
Coinbase’s listing on Nasdaq, Ethereum network forks, Turkey bans crypto – These and many more in this week’s newsletter.