Article: Nigerian Blockchain Educator Says Uncertain Regulations and Scams Slow Adoption of Cryptocurrencies

Academia, Blockchain, Crypto

Nigerian Blockchain Educator Says Uncertain Regulations and Scams Slow  Adoption of Cryptocurrencies – Interview Bitcoin NewsNigerian Blockchain Educator Says Uncertain Regulations and Scams Slow Adoption of Cryptocurrencies

Education plays a unique role in shaping any (emerging) industry. Globally, there has been an increase in crypto education as well as greater awareness. This is reflected in the trackable search trends and user adoptions. But more has to be done. For mass adoption to be achieved, education efforts need to go to the grassroots. This is one thing that has been missing and now it is one of the things we are looking to do through Earnathon.

While scams cannot be eradicated totally they can be reduced to very low numbers. In Nigeria and around the world, crypto-related scams have risen and continue to rise, but quality crypto education is the key, the only potent weapon to fight fraudulent actors. Regulators can issue warnings and enforcement agencies will arrest bad actors. However, since these organizations are mostly reactive, education presents a fascinating solution.

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Article: Waves: Twice Grew in Two Weeks

Crypto, Decentralized Internet, Web 3.0

Waves: Twice Grew in Two Weeks

Waves; It is a decentralized, open source blockchain network that allows users to create tokens. Users can instantly transfer their developed tokens and start trading. The protocol also provides a variety of tools for developing web 3.0 applications.

Waves uses its own Ride programming language and states that this language provides convenience for developers. Leasing Proof-of-Stake (LPoS) mechanism is used in the network. Waves has its own exchange called Waves.Exchange and a wallet application called WavesFX.

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