More than 3.4 billion people use Facebook every month to connect with friends and the brands they love. And as of 2021, Instagram has 1 billion users worldwide. These digital platforms have grown exponentially and have become staple marketing channels and now shopping marketplaces for today’s merchants. The way consumers shop has drastically changed. Selling across multiple channels has become more of a necessity as omnichannel shopping is the “new normal” now. Social commerce channels such as Facebook and Instagram should be part of your omnichannel strategy to promote your
Butterflies. We all know that feeling. The swirly, gooey, fluttery feeling that tumbles in our stomachs when something exciting is about to happen. Maybe it’s a first date, maybe it’s an interview for a dream job, maybe it’s Christmas morning and we, as little kids, ran and jumped our way down to the Christmas tree before everyone was awake. Pits. We all know that feeling too. A pit in the stomach is heavy, burdensome, lethargic, dragging us down in our core when something we wait anxiously for something to happen.
Bitcoin is heading the crypto charts, given that it is almost touching $50K. However, this uptrend has not prevented altcoins from stagnation or dips. Dogecoin has failed to create any new highs in the past day, and instead, it has dipped to significantly low levels. Despite these dips, the bullish sentiment is still at play. Dogecoin is trading at $0.317 at the time of writing after a 2.3% dip in 24 hours. Dogecoin Price Analysis Source: TradingView Dogecoin has lost buyer support in the past 24 hours, hence the slight
The news came in just as Christine Lagarde, president of the European Central Bank, was holding a press conference and doing a fair job of bolstering the euro. During her speech, the EUR/USD rose by about 50 pips, which some of you know is the smallest possible movement in the foreign exchange market. This does look pretty impressive on the short term chart (left) but when you zoom out a bit, we can see that’s it’s hardly a significant move. The euro has made some fairly strong gains against the
Welcome to the 3rd edition of Reddit Roundup by Nik and Flip of Bitcoin Magazine!This contains 40 links to most of the best quality content that was uploaded to Reddit for this month. Most links come from the popular r/bitcoin, but we also retrieved posts from other ones as well such as r/BitcoinMining.In this roundup, there are 10 different categories each link falls under, and the categories are: Privacy, Adoption, Development, Security, Mining, Business, Education, Regulation & Politics, Archaeology (Financial Incumbents), and last but not least Memes, Fun, And Other.Some
Even though DeFi is taking off, a little extra liquidity could prove to be the wind beneath its wings. Powered by 46 partners—and counting—Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC) is blowing in from all corners of the globe. Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC) is an ERC-20 token, pegged to bitcoin 1:1, that was launched on the Ethereum network on January 31, 2020. As a result, bitcoin can be used in the largely Ethereum-powered DeFi market. How Does Wrapped Bitcoin Work? There are three key players in the process of a bitcoin holder getting WBTC: the
The DeFi arena has been spicing up the cryptosphere with the introduction of one food-sounding token after another. The latest menu offering has Kimchi brewing. This crypto clone that recently jumped into the DeFi space has the same architecture with that of SushiSwap, which was also a doppelganger of Uniswap, but has a lot more to offer, including a governance token. This neophyte has more value bombs than you can imagine. Named after the famous Korean dish, Kimchi has only been launched on September 1 but has already garnered a
The fact that many online games rely on in-game purchases is the reason behind the plethora of cyberattacks against the video game industry. Due to the use of in-game currency and subsequent micro-transactions, threat actors have gravitated to the gaming industry in a gold rush to compromise gaming accounts so they can steal these payments. Employing a wide array of sophisticated intrusion methods in their pursuit to exploit players, the hackers are gaining the upper hand against gaming companies around the world. Over $40,000 a week is being heisted by