Bitcoin and its negative impact on the environment have been a topic of discussion ever since the largest digital asset started experiencing considerable price gains. However, the long speech on the damaging effects of bitcoin and the crypto market never…Continue reading "Crypto and Its Social Impact: A Quick Look Beyond the Hype"
Cryptocurrencies gained the popularity they have today by offering a borderless, cheap, and instant option for transferring money. It helped many expats around the world to be able to send cash back to their home countries without suffering the long delay and…Continue reading "Crypto Payment is a Necessity in Companies’ Journey to Web3"
Good or bad, the pandemic changed the game for many industries, introducing new use cases for technologies deemed only entraining. From virtual reality and metaverse games to virtual assets, Web3 was one of the industries that was disrupted the most by the new…Continue reading "Financial Literacy for Kids: Educating Traders and Investors of the Future"
In an industry where price swings are a typical everyday event and million-dollar hacks happen more than in other markets, I believe it goes without saying that improving users’ knowledge through education is the first and most important thing. We need to focus…Continue reading "Blockchain Education Alongside a Stable Infrastructure is What We Need the Most"
Blockchain and crypto were thrown around together for so long that they may be considered one in the minds of many. While blockchain came to fame with Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency in the world, its capabilities and features go well beyond the crypto industry…Continue reading "Blockchain as a Service: The Technology Goes Well Beyond Cryptocurrencies"
My journey with digital assets started in 2015 when we were managing top family offices across East and Southeast Asia. I was trading on multiple exchanges in 2019 when I felt the need for a new platform as there were many issues that we needed to address…Continue reading "A CEX in the face of Regulations, Adoption, and Innovation"