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Tether, World's largest stable coin has dropped below its $1 peg

Tether, the world's largest stablecoin, Known as the crypto world's digital dollar, fell below its $1 peg on Thursday amid a crypto market panic. At around 3:15 a.m. ET, the token dropped to as low as 95 cents on some exchanges. It is intended to be pegged 1:

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Blockchain Terminologies you need to know.

Blockchain technology isn't going away anytime soon. We've put together this glossary to assist you to understand some of the most common industry jargon you'll encounter as you learn more about this technology. These are the fundamental pillars for understanding the business models of blockchain-based businesses. What is blockchain technology?

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How do the rich get richer? 😏

First of all, This is not a “don’t spend so much on junk food, don’t spend on expensive vacations” kind of a story. Read if you are still struggling to find a way to save a little for yourselves. Over the past year, I’ve gained a newfound

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Contact Less payments?

Contact-less payments became a popular payment method for purchases with the rise of COVID 19. Most banks equipped contact-less payment terminals and offers various contact-less payment cards. It allows people to pay for goods or services without making direct contact with a machine or other device. Visa NFC Credit Card

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Visa has launched a tutorial program for creating NFTs.

Visa, the world's largest payments company, has created an NFT business development education program.

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Who is Satoshi Nakamoto?

Nakamoto never mentioned anything personal in his public messages, or even in private messages that were later released. Nothing biographical.

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What is a Credit Card?

A credit card is a plastic or metal card that allows you to access a line of credit offered by the bank that issued the card. Every time you pay for something with a credit card, you’re borrowing money from the card issuer bank to cover the purchase. Most