The panic caused by the coronavirus is currently the main topic for discussion throughout the world, and the crypto-community is no exception. What can we expect from the digital currency market in the context of recent events?
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), a department of the DHS, has developed an initial list of sectors and workers who should continue their regular schedule. The list is advisory in nature and aims to help state and local governments identify essential workforce for maintaining services in the country.
Almost 20 years after the first AML (Anti-Money Laundering) legislation arrived, regulators across the world are working to establish global KYC (Know Your Customer) standards that are now being applied to fintech and cryptocurrencies in particular. A technology sector that began with the idea of anonymous peer-to-peer payments is now seeing the value in aligning with traditional finance, and that means compliance with KYC regulations.
Last month an outstanding 4K animation was shared with the crypto community about the history of money evolution, and the role of Bitcoin and Blockchain as a game changer and beginning of a silent (r)Evolution. But it was also a promotional video for LABITCONF, the main Latin American Bitcoin and Blockchain Conference, so we decided to go deeper about this conference and found out that it’s a kind of outspoken secret among every speaker or participant who attended, that this is one of the very best events out there.
As 2019 is drawing to a close, December offers a number of exciting crypto events around the globe.
It’s never an easy task, but here are the Top 5 conferences to attend this month.
AI & Blockchain Summit hosted last week by InnMind at Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona is recognized as a turning point between dreams and reality, as most startups have commented. The 3-day event turned out to be a complete success not only for young companies, who looked for support, but also for the mature industrial companies and partners, who came there to network. Read more >>>
Much has been said in the past couple of years about the amount of electricity consumed by Bitcoin mining. In fact, negative environmental impact has become one of the go-to talking points for Bitcoin pundits to criticise the digital currency. However, data provided without context can be very misleading, and this is often the case when journalists write about Bitcoin mining. Read more >>>
CoinMarketCap’s inaugural conference, The Capital, took place November 12-13 at the Victoria Theatre in Singapore. In case you weren’t able to come to Singapore, here are the top ten things that happened over the two-day conference. Read more >>>