Comparing Various Passive and Active Earning Crypto Ways

by NewsBTC

“Are you looking to earn cryptocurrency in 2021? You are in the perfect place! 2020 has been an excellent year for crypto, and the industry has been booming in 2021 as well, reaching an almost $1 trillion market cap by the end of January. Since the space has gone through major changes recently, users can earn digital assets in numerous ways in 2021. In this article, we have selected and compared the best methods to earn bitcoin this year and completed our calculations to determine the most profitable ones.”

Source: https://www.newsbtc.com/news/company/earn-cryptocurrency-comparing-various-passive-and-active-earning-crypto-ways/

HOW TO MAXIMIZE YOUR INVESTMENTS WITH CRYPTOCURRENCY

“Investing in cryptocurrency is a fantastic way to make good returns on your money, but that doesn’t mean you should do it on a whim or without doing a significant amount of research first. While some stocks are considered stable stocks such as —–, cryptocurrencies are highly volatile – sometimes their share price can spike simply because someone famous mentioned it in an interview – and this means you need to think carefully about where exactly you’re putting your money.”

Source: https://www.influencive.com/how-to-maximize-your-investments-with-cryptocurrency/

Cheap Cryptocurrency: Five Coins You Can Add to Your Wallet Today

Article by Matthew Makowski

“When it comes to a cheap cryptocurrency, there are a couple ways to look at it. And keep in mind, “cheap” is always subjective. First off, whether you’ve got five bucks or $5 million, just about any cryptocurrency is within reach. The only boundary to entry is usually set up by the crypto exchange. One of our favorites, Coinbase, has a $2 minimum. That means you can purchase or sell as little as $2 worth of any cryptocurrency on that exchange. But for our purposes, we’re going to look at five altcoins that have a whole lot more room for growth…”

Source: https://investmentu.com/cheap-cryptocurrency/

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The Coming Blockchain Revolution in Consumption of Digital Art and Music: The Thinking Lawyer’s Guide to Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs)

“First there were CryptoKitties. Then came digital art, CryptoPunks and NBA Top Shot. But when Beeple’s digital art piece ‘Everydays: The First 5000 Days’ sold at Christie’s for US$69 million, the NFT mania truly began. And as with any wave of media mania, there also came the groundswell of negative media and hand-wringing about NFTs. We believe it is time to address the pros and cons of NFTs from a thoughtful, legal perspective. NFTs are not all evil nor are they a panacea for artists and musicians. Here are our thoughts on the most common questions we have received from our clients about NFTs.”

Source: https://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/the-coming-blockchain-revolution-in-6446244/

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5 Cheapest Altcoins to Make You Rich

Source: BitBoy Crypto

“Today, I’m going to be giving you my top 5 cheap altcoins to make you rich in 2021. The most expensive coin on this whole list is currently 15 cents. Although these coins may never reach the same heights as Bitcoin, they are still some of the best altcoins with potential. Stay tuned to find out which of these low price coins are ready to MOON.”

Source: https://youtu.be/12LB1SpQMMo

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How Blockchain Will Personalize Healthcare

“Modern healthcare data systems are contained in disparate and disconnected information silos in doctors offices, hospitals, pharmacies, laboratories, and mobile devices. The information is so segregated that it often prevents healthcare providers from providing fast and efficient care to patients. Blockchain technology can be a solution to keeping all patient data in a single, secure location. “

Source: https://innovationatwork.ieee.org/how-blockchain-will-personalize-healthcare/

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How blockchain is shaking up commercial real estate

by David Israelson

“It’s not as complicated as it seems, Mr. Koparde says. ‘Technology addresses a few challenges that exist in real estate,’ he explains. ‘One is [that it] provides a digital platform that can let people invest in property in the same way as they do in stocks and funds.’

A new way of raising commercial property finance, investors will, for example, be able to click “buy” on their smartphones to purchase a percentage of a planned new office complex without having to sign a stack of contracts and real estate documents.”

Source: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/industry-news/property-report/article-how-blockchain-is-affecting-the-commercial-real-estate-sector/

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The Trump administration countered Chinese investment in African tech. Will Biden continue?

“In January 2020, Nigerian healthcare startup LifeBank became the first company to receive investment under a new maternal care initiative introduced by the US International Development Finance Corporation (DFC). LifeBank’s 24/7 blood supply business met three criteria for a DFC-funded company; it is a revenue-generating enterprise filling a developmental gap in an emerging market. Using these investment criteria, the DFC has gone on to invest in multiple sectors across Africa. In addition to LifeBank, DFC’s Africa portfolio includes Twiga FoodsCopia (both Kenyan startups), and investments in Angola, Botswana, Chad, Egypt, Gabon, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Senegal, South Africa, and Uganda. The DFC has a $75 billion investment target for people in less developed economies, through loans and direct equity funding into startups, funding VC funds, and providing technical support.  That alone makes its presence in Africa remarkable. Startups working on power generation, healthcare, agriculture, technology, and financial services could access really large tickets for massive scale. But America is changing hands to an ideologically different leadership. How will this influence the DFC’s future approach and impact in Africa?”

Article by Alexander O. Onukwue

Source: https://techcabal.com/2021/01/20/biden-trump-china-investment-africa/

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Bez is building a hub for music-tech startups with CcHub

My Life In Tech is putting human faces to some of the innovative startups, investments, and policy formations driving the technology sector across Africa. This week, award-winning musician, Bez Idakula is our subject and we explore his life as an independent artist and his journey to establishing a space for music and tech in Africa.

Sometimes the things we love find us early. Music found Bez during the bonfire nights that occurred frequently when he was a boy in Jos. While wood burned he would sit by his father and learn to play the guitar.  Many years later, Bez Idakula, an award-winning multi-instrumentalist, played to crowds of thousands across the world.  But before the fame, as a student at Covenant University, Bez studied Information and Communications Technology (ICT), and while this seemed the best time to be bitten by the tech bug, life had other plans for him.”

Article by Edwin Madu

Source: https://techcabal.com/2021/01/13/bez-wants-to-build-african-tech-for-african-music/

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How Facial Recognition Technology Is Different In Africa

There’s a reason many Africans are wary of the identification technology: It doesn’t work as well for people with dark skin. That’s where Charlette N’Guessan, a young Ivorian researcher, comes in...

She’s not ashamed to say it: The coronavirus pandemic has been “a very good thing” for Charlette N’Guessan. The same goes for Africa’s forward-looking tech entrepreneurs in general. “With the challenges posed by COVID-19, the continent is waking up,” the young Ivorian says. “People are thinking innovation, ideas, change. This crisis gives credibility to what we are doing.” It must be said that N’Guessan’s chosen field — facial recognition — is largely unexplored in Africa. It also arouses a fair amount of suspicion, and for good reason: Existing algorithms, including the best out there, are less accurate at identifying individuals of color, as tests conducted in the United States have revealed an error rate five to 10 times higher for these populations.

Article by Marie de Vergès

Source: https://worldcrunch.com/tech-science/how-facial-recognition-technology-is-different-in-africa#

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