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Bitcoin Means Business

  Bitcoin has not yet graduated from the niche market to mainstream currency. However, with the increasing digitalization taking place in the currency exchange process, Bitcoin has successfully grabbed the public eye, which has increased its reach across the globe. Fundamentally, Bitcoin operates on the premise of scarcity. One can purchase Bitcoins online through a

The Expansion Of India’s Aadhar Program

Aadhar is the largest national identity registration program ever conceived in India. It’s a nationwide program launched in 2009 that is now covering almost 99 percent of the country’s population – nearly 1.13 billion people. The purpose was simple: it was designed to get more identities registered under the direct supervision of the government. It

Banking on India’s Financial Literacy

The importance of citizens in India – and all over the globe – having accounts at banks or financial institutions cannot be overstated. The current banking rules require that a person provide proof of residence and have a face-to-face meeting with the financial institution’s officials prior to being granted permission to open an account. For

Should Bitcoin Be Legal?

Ever since the conception of Bitcoin in 2008, its legality has been hotly debated. It’s still common to hear Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies described as “criminal money” by people who have heard about its use on the dark web, and those claims are, indeed, legitimate. That being the case, it would be dishonest to argue

What Experts Are Saying About the New Bitcoin Cash

Introduction to Bitcoin Cash The hype surrounding Bitcoin has been on the rise recently. With its price increasing by more than $4,000 this year, Bitcoin is a phenomenon many former sceptics are beginning to embrace. Amid this period of growing acceptance, however, the need for a larger block size, faster transactions, and lower fees led

UK to impose £17m Fine if Firms Don’t Protect Against Hackers

The British government has stated that firms could be fined up to £17m if they do not protect themselves from cyber attacks. The Digital Minister, Matt Hancock, is believed to have said that the fine, which could be up to £17m, is likely to be used only as a last resort. The fine, a part