A campaign named “Crypto and Coffee” has been introduced by Gemini cryptocurrency exchange and vision to develop a global adoption of cryptocurrencies. The campaign has been receiving numerous response from Twitter users where one of them have commented, “don’t find the answers convincing. Saying it’s better in every property than gold ignores the volatility.
A digital currency trading platform based in Netherland, Cryptohopper has shared that they have allowed the traders in their platform to purchase and sell high-performing trading strategies. Its CEO explained, “Cryptohopper fills this gap by allowing inexperienced users to register, buy a trading strategy from a professional trader and have their trading bot execute trades on their behalf, 24/7.”
Japan based Mizuho Financial Group plans to introduce a digital currency to be used for remittances and payments in March. The group claims that the fees required to pay for accepting the currency will be significantly lower than the fees charged for credit card usage and brought about 60 regional banks under their ambient.
Calgary will be the first city in Canada to have its own digital currency. It will be called as Calgary Digital Dollar and will be used exclusively in Calgary located in Alberta Province. The main target of this launch is to boost the local economy. It can be earned the by taking surveys, referring users or by posting ads.
The chief of International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, has expressed that the central banks could release their cryptocurrency. Addressing a conference in Singapore, the chief mentioned, “I believe we should consider the possibility to issue digital currency. There may be a role for the state to supply money to the digital economy.”
The Bank of Israel has revealed the results of the investigation analyzing the feasibility of issuing digital currency and blockchain integration to the central payment system. A statement made by the bank quoted, “The team’s work shows that there is currently no uniform specification for central bank digital currencies.” The bank recommended continuous exploring the cryptocurrencies and the blockchain.
The Index on Censorship is to take donations in digital currency with the support from a blockchain company called Mainframe. The CEO of Mainframe, Mick Hagen stated, “Blockchain technology promises a future that can belong to everyone, where no voice can be muzzled. Mainframe was honored to be the first to donate cryptocurrency to Index on Censorship.”
The HBUS declared the listing of PAI Coin. The PAI Coin is developed by Project PAI for the development of blockchain integrated platform for intelligent 3D AI avatars. During the promotion period, the PAI coin would be available for trade against USDT, ETH, and BTC. The users would be able to trade with zero trading fees.
The Sylo and CentraPay blockchain companies have associated for the development of a payment solution called Sylo-CentraPay. The payment solution is focusing on enabling its service to New Zealand and Australia in 2019. The solution will be developed using the Sylo’s decentralized communication app and CentraPay’s payment technology. Later, the service will also diversify into Asia.
The GoByte has unveiled a GoByte Pay mobile application that permits the merchants to accept payments in virtual currencies seamlessly through the use of free payment solution. The CEO emphasized the mission of the company. The application is built with additional features such as anti-hack protection, Touch ID and Face ID to ensure better safety of assets.