In the first few months of 2021, the crypto industry has attracted more than 800 billion in market capitalization, stemming from institutions, retail buyers, as well as funds. All of them buy Bitcoin in hopes of its future growth, and the trend seems to be stabilizing towards the upside.
San Francisco, March, 9, 2021—Today, AIKON, a leading secure blockchain identity service provider, announced a strategic partnership with Coincover to develop its new flagship product — ORE Vault, which includes its cryptocurrency theft insurance underwritten by Lloyds of London.
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Women working in the blockchain sector are still few and far between. While exact statistics are unclear, technology has, in general, remained a male-dominated field. For instance, a recent report from Deloitte found that only 7% of fintech startup founders are women. The report also noted that startups founded and co-founded by women have struggled to raise funds during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Badger DAO community is ‘sett’ to migrate to some new ‘diggs’: the decentralized finance project will shortly become the new owner of the “Badger.com” web domain.
It is no longer news that the United States has restated its commitment toward lowering carbon emissions and taking an active part in the quest to normalize environmentally friendly measures on the global scene. This drastic shift in policymaking will spur the introduction and establishment of more stringent approaches to climate change. Undoubtedly, the reentering of the United States in the climate change conversation is indicative of the seriousness of this crisis and the drastic decisions countries would likely make to meet the environmental goals set in Paris, known as the Paris Agreement. Continue reading The use of blockchain tech should be more environmentally friendly