On June 21, the Financial Action Task Force, a multinational task force charged with combating money laundering and financing of terrorism, will release a new note on how the participating countries should treat cryptocurrencies. According to an email from FATF spokeswoman, Alexandra Wijmenga-Daniel, Bloomberg reported that the “new rules will apply to businesses working with …
TweetFacebookLinkedInDear readers, Let’s get straight to it. Google’s June 2019 Core Update rolled out on June 3th 2019 and CCN’s traffic from Google searches dropped more than 71% on mobile overnight. As data from SEO analyzer Sistrix shows, our visibility on Google dropped from 1.2 to less than 0.6. You might say we ought not to face any issues since we’ve been at those levels and lower, in the past. What you need to realize is that we have added more people to the team, both full-timers and part-timers. We do not want to downsize the team, we do
Facebook's cryptocurrency, which it will announce shortly, could be a powerful force for good in developing countries. Facebook will likely pay interest to its users. It's likely to become a powerful force in capital markets, to raise all kinds of regulatory issues, and it also to benefit bitcoin.
The business applications of blockchain are moving quickly, the technology is getting easier to explain (and understand), and some companies are actually adopting non-currency use cases. So what does all this mean for the retail industry?
By CCN: When AT&T became the first major mobile provider to accept bitcoin for bill payments through the AT&T website and the myAT&T mobile app, 150 million AT&T customers received the opportunity to pay their cell phone bill using cryptocurrency.