In a quiet overnight session, the dollar dropped set for its biggest weekly decline since March as traders prepared for a keynote speech by Fed chair Jerome Powell. Global stocks rose despite disappointment from the latest US-China trade talks as Beijing again intervened to prop up markets.
With the advancement of blockchain technology into supply chain management, everyone involved in production, shipping, wholesaling and retailing of all products, from precious stones to perishable food products, can be made aware of each link in the supply chain as each is connected.
"Today, it’s almost impossible to imagine a world where the FAANGs aren’t dominant. That’s why it’s a good a time to start selling, and diversifying into the decentralized platforms that will eventually replace them."
"At the very least, crypto-currencies can protect us from the problem of policy makers taking advice from academics with zero real world experience like Krugman and enacting policies to implement their hare-brained economic models..."