Right now, cryptocurrencies are still seen as a ‘fad’ or a quick way to make money for ballsy investors. However, there’s a key area of crypto that most people don’t see is the positive impact it can have (and has already begun to have) on people living in poverty. I think that, in years to come, many large NGOs and impoverished people will be using blockchain technology to tackle poverty and here’s why.
Sadly, when we send our money to impoverished countries, our money doesn’t always end up helping those in need. Be it through corrupt government, fraudulent charities or…
Human greed has a tendency to ruin all good things in our lives, and video games are no exception. As video games have become more deeply ingrained into our lives and pop culture, the line between virtual currency and real world currency has started to blur. This has lead to many monetary scandals such as FIFA hackers committing $16 million worth of wire fraud, teenagers flipping stolen Fortnite accounts for hundreds of dollars and even a full-blown Ponzi scheme.
Massively multiplayer online games (MMOs) started gaining traction in the late 1990s and early 2000s with titles such as EverQuest and…
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