Thursday, 16 July 2020

A Kiwi platform which helps New Zealanders invest in cryptocurrencies is looking for investors of its own as it launches a $1m funding round in Wellington on Wednesday.

Have you heard about cryptocurrencies? Definitely. Do you own some? Quite possibly. Would you be using them for your next purchase? Highly unlikely. 2018 may have been dubbed ‘The Year of Cryptocurrencies’, but it does not look like the year of ‘useful cryptocurrencies’ so far.

More and more merchants are accepting digital currency for transactions. However, the number of websites and physical locations taking them is still somewhat limited.

Philippine boxing icon Manny Pacquiao said that he would move forward with his plan to launch a cryptocurrency, stating to reporters that it was part of his plan to connect with fans, but also backed the regulation of virtual currencies.

See how this on-demand platform is disrupting the nurse staffing business and helping to solve the global nurse shortage by utilizing the current workforce to its maximum extent and decreasing time to onboarding through its use of NurseToken, a blockchain solution created to facilitate and speed up the credentialing process.

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