Cryptocurrency companies and exchanges are currently facing significant hurdles when recruiting talent. This is because the crypto space is growing at an alarming rate. Traditional finance companies entering the scene seem to be making the talent squeeze even more dire. There are hundreds of positions available at cryptocurrency-based companies waiting to be filled.
In an interview with CNBC on June 23, former NYSE Group President Thomas Farley talked about Bitcoin and gold.
Farley, who is the current CEO of Far Point Acquisition Corp., served as the President of the NYSE Group (which owns the New York Stock Exchange), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), between November 2013 and May 2018.
One little-known crypto asset is on a parabolic rally, recording new all-time highs despite the prolonged market-wide correction.
The altcoin in question, Quant (QNT), rallied to a new all-time high of $104.41 from a seven-day low of $45.23, according to CoinMarketCap. The meteoric ascent represents a surge of 130.84% in just one week.
Decentralized finance has become one of the fastest-growing sectors within the cryptocurrency ecosystem over the past year. At the time of writing, the total value locked in DeFi has exploded to over $100 billion. Despite impressive figures, decentralized finance is still in the beginning stages of development, which begs the question: What’s next for this disruptive financial technology?
The Palestine Monetary Authority is exploring the possibility of issuing its own digital currency. For Palestinians, the minting of a national coin would represent a step, at least a symbolic one, towards achieving monetary independence from the State of Israel.
Billions of people around the world were affected by the pandemic. It has influenced our working conditions as well. Those who survived the virus and are sitting at home might have lost their money and strive for extra income. CFD Forex markets are filled with newcomers ready to work hard and analyze the numbers that appear in front of them.
Like a hiker who lost her footing on a treacherous path, Bitcoin tumbled down the mountain on Saturday morning, falling to as low as $30,194, according to metrics site CoinGecko. Bitcoin’s current price is $30,884, marking an 8.8% drop in the past 24 hours.
Ever since altcoins started gaining traction, they’ve been compared to the market’s leader – Bitcoin. With market dynamics altering at a noteworthy pace, the Bitcoin v. altcoins debate will, perhaps, never come to a conclusion.
Pantera Capital’s CEO Dan Morehead, in a recent interview with Bloomberg, revealed that he is looking beyond BTC for big returns from the crypto-market.