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Decentralized Crypto Exchange: The Future Of Centralized Crypto Exchange

It’s not that they were bad. They were there first. (August 07, 2020) – The launching of Bitcoin as the first digital currency and its subsequent popularity meant the need for the existence of an exchange where people can buy or sell it on demand. During those foundational days, the acquisition of a Bitcoin is

Bitcoin: To Have or To Hodl

Italians grooming to embrace the ruling crypto king with open arms (July 31, 2020) – Bitcoin kingdom has found another land to conquer, and the inhabitants are anticipating its rule: Italy. We can surmise that maybe because Bitcoin is on a bull-run, it is but natural that Italians, especially the millennials, are joining the buying

From Savoy to Savvy: Blockchain technology crucial to Italy’s economic progress

(July 24, 2020) – What does a one billion euro fund injected by the Ministry of Economic Development?  Labour and Social Policies mean for Italy? It is all about the complete digitization of the country by encouraging innovation, emphasizing heavily on blockchain initiatives including cryptocurrency and AI solutions. The Italian millennials were eyed to benefit

What we need to know about Crypto regulation in Italy

Italy is spearheading EU’s serious look into the realities of virtual reality via cryptocurrencies. (July 17, 2020) – Italy is constantly in the news lately as it continues to reel from the rage of the coronavirus carnage. On the other hand, the Italian Government is getting its hands busy on the legislative table in a

eQapital: A Licensed Digital Wallet and Crypto Currency Exchange Platform in the Italian Landscape

(July 10, 2020) – A traditionally conservative Italy has begun opening its doors to the incessant knocking of digitization as senate measures sought to include the terms blockchain, distributed ledger technology, smart contracts, and other related terms built around cryptocurrencies, thereby aligning the country’s direction according to set EU regulations. Once approved by the Italian