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Capturing memory has always been on a constant evolution, with people finding ways to make it more instant, accurate, and indestructible through the test of time and weather. NFTs as memories is the modern day's era of capturing memories, taking these aspects to a whole new level through blockchain technology.
“Labuan has adopted a very positive and welcoming attitude to new entities in the region. We can see the positive outlook thriving and the authorities have created a favourable environment for financial activities to grow quickly and the local economy to mature,” Cecilia Chan, Executive Director of Broctagon Prime Markets.
What exactly is an NFT and why did one just sell for US $69 million dollars? What are NFTs and how they work explained.
The success of Bitcoin and Ethereum alone is not enough to make crypto mainstream. Exchanges must evolve to the next phase of maturity through sophisticated trading technology for altcoins.
Broctagon is proud to announce that Cecilia Chan, a sell-side veteran with two decades of experience, has joined us as Executive Director. This appointment comes shortly after Broctagon officially obtained its new Money Broking Licence from the Labuan IBFC.
Broctagon has developed Cryptography as a Service, with a suite of solutions specifically designed to give clients the best of both worlds – the efficiencies of blockchain technology with the assurance of data privacy.
With emerging technologies, STP is now made possible for crypto exchanges, adding on to the existing market making models. Let's examine how each model works and the role it plays.
In early January, Bitcoin's value rose to an all-time high of about $42,000 before tumbling down to about $30,000. This might seem like a repeat of 2017's bubble, but will it burst this time?
ByteTree's Charlie Morris shows how bitcoin's price gets to $1 million by 2032. PLUS: JPMorgan hounded by own traders over absence in bitcoin market. | CoinDesk