Multi-billion dollar companies dominate the internet as we know it today. These companies have an incredible amount of power over the kind of data that goes on their platform. Web 3.0 breaks this monopoly and gives its users the power of privacy and content ownership.
Traditional financial institutions and financial applications of blockchain technology may seem diametrically opposed, but in actuality there is significant opportunity for mutual growth.
Within the Cryptocurrency trading world there are a variety of methods or mindsets to buying and selling cryptocurrency. Generally these fall under three types of traders/mindsets; a trader, gamber or a spectator.
If implemented and integrated successfully, India could be a significant model to other developing countries that hope to one day break the bonds of traditional banking and put financial power in the hands of the people.
We wanted to take a minute to share with you what is going on in the crypto market in Canada on the regulation side of things. We will share our view on regulation generally, as well as the view of the current recommended regulations in direct response from the fallout of exchanges like QuadrigaCX and Einstein within the Canadian market.
Can you believe in blockchain but not believe in crypto? This article explores the caveats between the two technologies and how they are pushing the boundaries of the fintech world.