German bank sees digital currencies going mainstream in two years

As we dive into this new decade, so many dramatic events already occurred in the world.
Central Banks are starting to act as a united front analyzing the idea of a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) that could slowly replace fiat money while attracting the younger generations who are known to prefer the digital alternatives.
Further on, ideas such as stablecoins backed by gold came along and now the prospect of a digital currency that could go into mainstream is on people’s minds.

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Coronavirus and negative events affect the Bitcoin market

The spreading of Coronavirus in China revealed a new pattern about trading in relation to stocks.
This epidemic virus slowed down Chinese and international stocks, but not so much Bitcoin prices as cryptocurrencies try to walk a different path in reacting to global events and news.
No, it did not behave the same as gold.
Instead, it became more attractive in this period of instability forcing market analysts and media voices to place a high emphasis on the store of value narrative.

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Turkish city to develop blockchain solutions for public services

Countries all over the world start to be more open when it comes to crypto and blockchain trying to figure out ways to adopt and integrate the innovative technology into their daily activities.
The same thing goes for the seventh largest city in Turkey, Konya, that has a population of more than 2.1 million people and it’s recognized as a developed city from an economic point of view.

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Line to launch a crypto token for more than 80 million users

Line, one of the most popular messaging services in Asia, has decided to launch its own digital coin on Bitmax exchange from Japan.
According to numerous local media sources, the Japanese company announced its intentions to establish a stronger grip on the crypto space by launching its crypto token in April or May 2020.
The Link token was launched in 2018 through some affiliate company from Singapore and it has been offered for listing to several crypto exchanges from Asia.

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Switzerland improves its legislation to create more crypto jobs

The Swiss government is serious about the blockchain industry as the central European country has already improved its work legislation in 2019 to encourage the emergence of crypto-related jobs.
And it didn’t take long before the regulatory changes started to produce effects in the market with more than 100 new companies opening doors in several large Swiss cities and of course in the renowned Crypto Valley.

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Blockchain to be the most in demand hard skill for the following years

Blockchain technology made quite an impressive name for our revolutionary industry over the last few years and more and more people want to know what crypto is and how to take advantage of it.
Given its popularity, it is said that for the year 2020 ‘blockchain’ will be the most in demand hard skill. At least, this is what LinkedIn analysts seem to suggest in an online study on the most popular online job platform in the world.

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