The video game retailer is aiming to expand its business in the digital space while also securing growth.
Binance was penalized for not securing a permit to operate in the Netherlands, and it has many customers too.
Meta's NFT integration on Instagram is now live and users can start showcasing their digital collectibles.
The telecom firm is set to offer digital wallet services through its collaboration with blockchain and software companies.
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Hong University of Science and Technology is set to open the first campus in the Metaverse to link its two campuses.
Tesla unloaded a big part of its cryptocurrency asset a year after Elon Musk said they will not sell their Bitcoins.
Here’s A Look At Countries That Ban Bitcoin
Bitcoin, the digital currency, has shown tremendous growth in the six years of its coming into existence. While the debate on whether it is currency or commodity continues, several countries world over have banned its use.
Digital currencies such as bitcoin facilitate instantaneous and borderless transactions. With the world now shifting increasingly towards online payment mechanisms, bitcoin has the potential to become the future of financing. However, one cannot deny the fact that various scams and Ponzi schemes, such as Mt Gox, Silk Road etc. have shaken the trust of people.
While 2015 saw many efforts to regulate bitcoin transactions including New York BitLicense, California Bitcoin Bill, there are many countries where bitcoin has not been given legal status (some inputs taken from Wikipedia):