The concept of liquidity is unique and has many angles to it. In layman’s term, an asset is liquid when it holds the potency to be converted into cash on demand. Another angle says that when you are able to buy or sell an asset at a decent price.
Liquidity of an asset implies that it doesn’t have discounts or premiums appended to it during buying and selling and it is really simple to enter and exit the asset. It is a known fact that the product which is traded more (sold and bought) doesn’t have attached premiums or discounts. The frequency of buying and selling decides the worthiness of the item.
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Technology is rapidly transforming the way we transact with one another. As these developments indicate, Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are playing an increasingly important role.
There is an article on this topic in the media every day and within the past years, industry attitudes towards the Bitcoin – cryptocurrencies – blockchain triangle have varied from sheer criticism to absolute praise and action. The same goes for regulation in this already volatile space.
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A long list of industries has been disrupted by Blockchain technology. The healthcare industry is now on that list. And the blockchain may be the solution to a number of current issues in the healthcare industry.
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The value of VeChain recently saw a nice 43% jump in value to a market cap of $196,095,335. It bills itself as “the world’s leading platform for products and information”, and that might not be entirely hyperbole when it already partners with leading luxury product designers to combat counterfeiting and municipal governments to increase the efficiency of their operations.
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If the Bitcoin Civil War proved anything, it’s that scalability is a major issue for users who want Bitcoin to fill its promise of making transactions both cheap and fast.
Bitcoin isn’t really ready to compete with credit cards yet because there’s a terrible transaction backlog and the fees are getting too high to really do a good job of competing with Western Union.
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The Vietnamese Government is embarking on a project to complete a legal framework for the management and handling of digital assets, money and virtual assets.
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Ripple vs. Bitcoin: Which One Is Better?
If you have recently come to know about cryptocurrencies and have been fascinated by them like millions of others, you must be thinking about investing in one of the major ones like Bitcoin and Ripple.
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