While there are several already established DeFi projects such as Uniswap and Sushiswap present in the space, there are other promising DeFi projects that are making their way in the blockchain space in 2021.
Samira Abdollah Aboonajmi is a young, dynamic entrepreneur from the UAE. She was born in a family and environment where every man was involved in business, but no woman. Yet Samira thrives in a business community where the majority of the ventures are led by men. She has done her MBA majoring in Administrational Management and International Strategic Marketing and now leads one of the most significant ventures in the UAE, Gift Land stores. Being a successful woman entrepreneur in the Arab community, her interests range from sports to dancing, reading, poetry and even psychology & philosophy.
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Walmart has filed a patent application for a drone communication system based on blockchain technology. With this, the retail giant, one of the largest companies in the business, wants to patent a drone communication system.
Samsung has quietly added Bitcoin (BTC) to its blockchain app store. Their latest smartphones will now support bitcoin in its Keystore Blockchain. Previously, Keystore only supported the Ethereum blockchain (and ERC20 tokens).
PBoC, the People's Bank of China has stated that its digital currency can now be considered ready. According to Mu Changchun, deputy director of the bank, a prototype that adopts blockchain architecture has developed successfully after five years of research.
In an official legal ruling, the tax authorities in New Zealand declare that paying in bitcoin only applies to wages or salaries. As an independent entrepreneur, you cannot use this. The notice also contains more information about taxes and your refund.
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF), said to be developing a tracker system to find digital currency transactions and about 15 countries to be using this to gain personal transactions data from their citizens, says a recent report by Nikkei.
A broader adoption of Bitcoin on the way: a Dutch man sells a house for 30 Bitcoin. A Brabant man sells his house for bitcoin, while someone from Arnhem makes his purchases with the largest cryptocurrency.
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