• BNY Mellon and Mastercard enter crypto
    Asia & Australia,  Commentary,  Cryptocurrencies

    Mastercard Accepting Crypto Payments

    A Look Into Cryptocurrency in The Asia-Pacific Region

    On November 8, 2021, Mastercard made an important announcement regarding their payment systems in the Asia-Pacific region. Because of the company’s partnerships with Amber Group, Coinjar, and Bitkub, anyone in the region will now be able to apply for a crypto-linked Mastercard. This will allow users to instantly convert their cryptocurrency into fiat dollars which they can spend wherever you can use a normal card.  This doesn’t mean that people will be paying for their purchases in Bitcoin (BTC) or other coins, but instead Mastercard does an instant transfer from crypto to fiat. This allows for buyers to use the card at any merchant that accepts normal cards, which gives…

  • Alt coins,  Cryptocurrencies,  Technology

    A Quick Guide to Chainlink

    The Largest Decentralized Oracle Network

    Smart contracts are on the rise. With networks like Ethereum, Solana, and Cardano getting increasingly popular, more people than ever are utilizing the benefits of these contracts. Smart contracts are protocols or programs that execute on the blockchain when certain specified requirements are met. They can be used for financial reasons, medical reasons, gaming, and more. One of the biggest struggles facing smart contracts is ensuring the information they receive is accurate in order for the contract to execute properly at the time it is supposed to. This is where Chainlink comes in. A Decentralized Oracle Network The goal of the Chainlink network is to connect smart contracts to data…

  • Miami mayor embraces bitcoin
    Bitcoin,  Cryptocurrencies,  Politics,  Regulation,  United States

    Politicians Preparing for The Crypto Future

    How Bitcoin is Changing The Economic-Political Landscape

    Governments all over the world are adopting cryptocurrency into their economies and day-to-day life. With the correct usage by federal governments, crypto could lead to massive leaps in infrastructure, the creation of millions of jobs, and could aid developing countries in building their economies. In the last year, the world has started slowly seeing the adoption of several different coins by countries all around the globe. The Bitcoin Law in El Salvador, which became effective on September 7th of this year, made the coin legal tender within the country. The adoption of bitcoin within the country has not gone completely smoothly, with some users falling victim to scammers and glitches…

  • Alt coins,  Commentary,  Cryptocurrencies,  Media

    There’s No Way to Predict The Future of Dog Coins

    Traditional Market Rules Do Not Apply

    In the beginning of 2021, Dogecoin was worth far less than a penny. Right now it sits around a comfortable $0.28. Not too bad for a token named after a dog meme. The coin has gone as high as $.74, but that was because of social media hype generated by Elon Musk among others, and the price quickly diminished. Many financial experts and investors who have made massive fortunes trading stocks, options, and futures in the past have denounced cryptocurrency as a whole many times. In May of 2021, Andrew Bailey, the Bank of England Governor, warned that people who invest money in Crypto risk losing it all. Since then,…