With coronavirus having claimed more than 1,800 lives, capturing vital statistics is fundamental in having it curbed. Shanzong, a blockchain-enabled donation tracking platform, has been established in China to boost efficiency and transparency of giving.
The confidence of residents of East and South London has been boosted as they no longer have to fear crypto scams based on the flourishing number of Bitcoin ATMs. Based on statistics availed by BCB ATM, an operator of Bitcoin ATMs in East London, these machines are used 30 to 40 times daily.
Blockchain projects from the very beginning have been hyped before any real substance or proof of work. This was a trend in 2017 following countless exit scams and initial coin offerings (ICOs) that had great plans to change the world, but ultimately only changed people’s bank accounts for the worst.
The Global web search data from Google Trends indicate that there has been a decline in recent times as it has recorded an all-time low since October 2018. Even in the midst of the activities going on in the global scene we see that some African countries have been leading with Nigeria recorded as the country with the highest level of Bitcoin searches, followed by South Africa and Ghana respectively.
The Bitcoin network has reached an unprecedented level in terms of chain volume as it transacted 8.9 billion in one hour. Rafael Schultze-Kraft, Glassnode’s co-founder, ascertained that this movement made history because it was the highest hourly volume of Bitcoin to be recorded in its 11-year existence.
growing attention towards blockchain and cryptocurrencies on the fin-tech space, it is therefore not surprising to see that executives of tech companies and startups are on the lookout for persons with the slightest familiarity/ understanding with the operations of Blockchain