Ojamu, Singapore-based marketing technology or MarTech company, uses blockchain and AI to predict marketing strategies.
Today, marketing technology is evolving at such a rapid pace that many companies don’t want to be left behind. Some use Artificial Intelligence (AI), and others use machine learning. This is the result of the fierce competition for consumers’ attention and money that is forcing brands to run successful marketing campaigns consistently.
Throughout the past few days, ADA price has experienced a decent revival as price has risen nearly 25% of lows. This is a great sign to see for the bulls, but compared to other coins in its class, price is lagging behind a bit. Although, Cardano price has printed enormous gains the last year, leading ahead of many other coins in the top 10. Once ADA clears its major resistance zone, price will be free for a large revival not seen in months.
New Jersey, Texas, and Alabama have individual state regulators issuing concerns that New Jersey-based DeFi firm, BlockFi, is offering unregistered securities. Regulators seem to particularly point to BlockFi’s Interest Account (BIA), which offers rates that consumers are now becoming accustomed to in DeFi – but that have blown traditional banking rates out of the water.
The Tether general counsel has declared an official audit in few months. USDT is a popular stablecoin occupying the third position in global digital assets. As it’s on blockchain that cybersecurity experts deem unhackable, the majority today trusts its security.
The largest decentralized exchange (dex) platform, in terms of trade volume, Uniswap has revealed the dex has removed a number of tokens from the platform interface. The community assumes the tokens could be deemed securities by global regulators. Uniswap users can still swap these tokens via accessing specific smart contracts themselves, as the company behind the platform, Uniswap Labs, simply removed the tokens from the main interface.
The ongoing story for the past couple of months in the cryptocurrency market has been confusion on whether Bitcoin (BTC) is destined for another leg down or is finally ready to break out toward new highs.
Bitcoin whales have reportedly accumulated over $3 billion worth of the flagship cryptocurrency over the last three weeks, when its price was ranging close to $30,000 and ultimately dipped below that mark before recovering.