Crypto and blockchain: what the Brazilian market can expect by 2021
2020 will be remembered as one of the most difficult years for contemporary societies: countries and entire populations have faced economic lockdowns and crises, financial markets are still suffering the severe impacts of the economic recession, and COVID has claimed more than 2 million lives. -19. Despite this, other sectors have been affected in other ways during the severe global health crisis, which still appears to be far from over, despite the fact that vaccines are beginning to be distributed in rich countries. Economies have been radically digitized, hedging assets have generated mistrust, and the crypto market has had one of its biggest years since 2009, the year of Bitcoin (BTC) launch. Continue reading on Coin Telegraph
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