It is not surprising that cryptocurrencies have become worthy digital assets. It is surprising for some that eventually some countries have now come to welcome their existence, despite the initial resistance. While we focus on cryptocurrency adoption as we can see 2021 clearly highlights so many digital coins, this is just the beginning.
Just recently, we learned that the tech giant Microsoft is considering using Bitcoin as a payment option. Mastercard will accept crypto payments in the future. …
In today’s globalised world, diversity and inclusion can’t be stressed enough in order to achieve a successful and sustainable business. Diversity and inclusion incorporate the company’s mission, efforts, and practices to support a diverse workplace and leverage the effects of diversity to achieve a competitive business advantage.
According to Deloitte, diverse companies enjoy 2.3 times higher cash flow per employee. Gartner found that inclusive teams improve team performance by up to 30 percent in high-diversity environments. In a BCG study, companies with diverse management teams had a 19 percent increase in revenue compared to their less diverse counterparts.
WadzPay is announcing a partnership with the leading Indonesian Stable coin: IDRP.
The Singapore-based payments platform is a firm believer in Stable coins as a key building block towards the commercialisation and adoption of digital currencies for payments.
The IDRP team is excited about the partnership and the knowledge exchange between the two experienced teams. WadzPay App will be the first digital asset wallet that IDRP is available on.
IDRP was selected by WadzPay as the first Stable coin digital asset for its platform because of their commitment to Indonesia as the beachhead market and their intimate knowledge of…
WadzPay users can send, receive and store cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin and Ethereum on the WadzPay App. As much as our users may enjoy these top two crypto products, many do not really understand the difference between Bitcoin and Ethereum — apart from their prices.
Bitcoin and Ethereum were developed for quite different reasons. Let’s find out about each of these two biggest cryptocurrencies (by market capitalisation):
There is no doubt that Covid-19 has boosted the video gaming industry, with more consumers enjoying home-based entertainment.
The gaming industry is projected to attract 3 billion players by 2023 with consumer spending on games projected to grow to $196B by 2022. (Source: https://newzoo.com/insights/articles/games-market-engagement-revenues-trends-2020-2023-gaming-report/)
Online gaming is one of the most touted blockchain use cases. The ability for players to wholly own in-game items — thanks to the creation of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) — is an innovation that did not exist previously. They’re so revolutionary that we will cover NFTs in a future article. …
There are thousands of digital coins or tokens that we can purchase via cryptocurrency exchanges. It’s easy to forget their names, due to the sheer number of these tokens, but it’s impossible to forget the name of Dogecoin. This dog-inspired coin has became a trending topic, not only for crypto enthusiasts, but also people around the world.
Introduced on December 2013, Dogecoin initially was made as a joke. The founders, IBM software engineer Billy Markus and Adobe software engineer Jackson Palmer, wanted to create a peer-to-peer digital currency which is fun, instant, and free from banking fees. …
Ever consider buying a cup of coffee with Bitcoin? The answer is probably no, since Bitcoin’s price itself is highly volatile (and it’s getting more and more unpredictable recently). However, the technology behind cryptocurrencies is a huge benefit for payments. It offers faster transaction, affordable services, and privacy.
If you are one of those people who already own some ‘crypto’, you must realise how easy it is to convert your cash into your selected tokens via a cryptocurrency exchange. The process is almost instant, requires almost no paperwork, and is highly secure. …
How Will Cryptocurrencies Help the Underbanked and Unbanked?
According to a World Bank study, there are 1.7 billion unbanked/underbanked adults globally, yet two-thirds of them own a mobile phone that could help them access financial services. Digital technology could take advantage of existing cash transactions to bring people into the financial system. More than 200 million unbanked/underbanked adults who work in the private sector are paid in cash only. More than 50% of those reside in Asia.
The World Bank also highlights several reasons why many people prefer to remain unbanked/underbanked, such as their lack of sufficient money to open…
Those who checked Bitcoin’s (BTC) price over 8th-9th February (~+20%) might have experienced a confluent state of excitement and confusion. The collective intensity of the sound waves emanating from the shouts of joy of Bitcoin ‘HODLers’ all over the world may well have triggered seismic movements.
The BTC market was relatively stagnant over the preceding week, while the meme-coin DOGE took the spotlight headlines. Then, suddenly, as soon as technology leader Elon Musk’s impulsive finger tapped ‘post’ on Twitter, the price of BTC exploded and reached All Time High (ATH) at over $48,000.
While Musk had been hyping various cryptocurrencies…
Yahoo News and Yahoo Finance and AsiaOne all recently published articles discussing the launch of WadzPay’s Moments campaign. The article discusses the WadzPay vision and soundbites from the start-up’s CEO, Anish Jain.
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WadzPay is a Blockchain-based payments platform for Digital Currencies. WadzPay anyone, buy anything, in any digital currency.