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  1. No medication or vaccine is approved with the specific indication to treat the disease. International research on vaccines and medicines in COVID‑19 is underway by government organisations, academic groups, and industry researchers.
  2. The number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 continues to grow in the US. Mike Pence, the vice-president, is overseeing the US response to the coronavirus. So far, 80% of patients experience a mild form of the illness, which can include a fever and pneumonia, and many of these cases require little to no medical intervention. That being said, elderly people and those with underlying conditions such as diabetes or heart and lung issues are the most vulnerable. The coronavirus death rate in China for people 80 or over in the government’s study of more than 72,000 cases, was 14.8%. Confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the US Confirmed cases639,499(Today: +3,149) Deaths30,983(Today: +2,657)
  3. Just thought it's worth sharing the latest market outlook and forecast for 2020, especially for newbie investors. In cryptocurrency and blockchain, the past year has been significant. Cryptocurrency saw an uptick in litigation around fraud and misuse in 2019, with investors logging losses of more than $4 billion to malicious actors (a significant increase from the previous year). Meanwhile, blockchain enjoyed a rise in mainstream enterprise interest. And now, we're seeing even more momentum around how cryptocurrency and blockchain can be applied to deal with some of the public crises emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic. As a senior managing director at a company that offers blockchain advisory and cryptocurrency investigation services, I believe that in a year, we'll look back on 2020 as a time of tremendous change. Adoption for cryptocurrency will likely grow as governments and financial institutions look to digital money as a way to distribute aid and other financial services. Medical supply, pharmaceutical and other industries may look more closely at how distributed ledger technology can fix some of the problems we’ve seen in supply chains and distribution of critical goods. Beyond the aftermath of the pandemic, industry watchers will likely continue to see an uptick in cryptocurrency investigations and litigation. I've compiled a list of predictions and expectations for what will take shape in these arenas in the coming year and in a post-coronavirus world. These include: 1. Cryptocurrency legislative activity, but no new laws: Last year, I expected that we'd see the first formalized cryptocurrency regulation come to fruition in the new year. Right on time, the Cryptocurrency Act of 2020 was introduced to the House, which kicked off the new year with renewed energy and focus around cryptocurrency law and policy. Additional bills are in the works or have been passed, and this year should bring an increase in legislative activity around the space. This does not mean we'll see new laws pass, though. Instead, I think cryptocurrency's legislative champions will primarily focus on educating and informing their colleagues through draft bills. They could bring new discussions to the table to drive awareness. 2. Public banking enablement: In New York, a team of politicians and a law professor drafted a bill proposing what they called an Inclusive Value Ledger (IVL), which is designed to provide public banking for the millions of people who do not have access to bank accounts or have low incomes. This system would allow users to store money digitally and transfer money to other users for free. Under the plan, the state of New York would issue digital wallets to all individuals (and businesses) in the state and give everyone in New York the ability to transact using a statewide, public digital currency. We saw traction around this concept in the U.S. and globally in response to the coronavirus. Ultimately, it could become a way to level the banking field and potentially serve as a model for governments and businesses looking to protect people from exploitative lending and check cashing services. 3. Blockchain connecting nations: Blockchain is already being used in Asia as a way to track coronavirus-related financial aid and donations to businesses and individuals. For example, insurance companies are reportedly using it to fast track claims payouts. These use cases demonstrate the technology's capabilities to track, log and securely share sensitive financial information. In a similar manner, I expect that we will see governments leverage blockchain systems to track other critical data regarding the global spread of the virus. It's possible that in the coming year, a global distributed ledger database will be implemented to share research, ensure data accuracy and promote information transparency between foreign entities — perhaps with the aim of improving response for the coronavirus and future global crises. 4. Increased adoption in financial services: Cryptocurrency use may continue to rapidly mature, especially among traditional financial services institutions. This year, I think we'll see digital currency become more widely used by the public, in retail, at ATMs and in mobile apps — particularly as people seek to transact without contact. (The World Health Organization is reportedly calling for people to use contactless payment methods as much as possible.) Banks and retailers could increasingly jump on the token bandwagon, and corporate cryptocurrency wallets may emerge to offer new functionality and protections to drive usage among businesses. 5. Fraud remaining "business as usual": As mentioned above, 2019 was a milestone year for cryptocurrency-related crime. In November, two men in Massachusetts were arrested and charged for stealing cryptocurrency, using SIM swapping and computer hacking. While SIM swapping has been around a long time, its potential for use in mobile banking fraud appears to be on the rise. Business and consumer cryptocurrency users should expect to see (and protect themselves against) more of this tactic. 6. Enterprise blockchain demonstrating ROI: Beyond use cases to improve vital supply chains, enterprise blockchain could continue to make great progress and drive innovation and disruption in many business processes. This could include blockchain as a viable solution for smart city initiatives (paywall), consumer products and supply chain disruptions. More blockchain companies are probably going to enter the market, and early adopter pilot programs could begin to show ROI and other measurable benefits, which would drive more adoption and interest. For example, in the media space, one company is using a blockchain platform to "enable content producers to manage and distribute premium video to consumers and business partners without content delivery networks." In insurance, a leading provider is reportedly using blockchain to allow "patients to securely access and share their medical data." Like with all other disruptive technologies, the leapfrog game of new challenges, new advancements and new laws will likely continue as the blockchain and cryptocurrency space matures. Despite certain challenges, such as a lack of familiarity with the technologies, I think it's time for organizations in every industry to run toward innovation. They should think of ways do so in ways that prioritize optimizing processes, new business opportunities and, yes, creating a better world.
  4. Welcome, everyone! At present, a HUGE curse named coronavirus is on everyone’s lips. And the most important disturbance isn’t the potential illness which is affecting us or our families but how we are going to stay financially stable in these uncertain times. Both self-isolation and quarantine are devastating the economies around the world. But it doesn’t mean that in these uncertain times making money from home is impossible. Many people now have the unique opportunity to make money from sitting in homes through Forex trading. Equipped with an internet connection, traders can continue as usual, while playing their role in preventing the spread of COVID-19 by staying in isolation. For those who don’t know, Forex is a decentralized financial market that has become the money-making playground for all sorts of traders. Anyone who is looking to make some extra money can do so remotely while trading in the Forex market. The great thing about Forex trading is that anyone can become quite successful with the help of acquiring knowledge at it and once the pandemic passes, you can still enjoy the financial rewards of this style of trading. If, while you are isolating you are looking to become a Forex trader, there are a few ways that you can go about it. Here are the deets… How to Become a Forex Trader To start with, one of the most basic and essential things is that you will need an internet connection. And obviously a reliable one at that. Forex trading is not only done online but most of the tools you will need are also hosted online. There are several offline tools but they are not the same as the online ones because they don’t automatically update stats and news, and are therefore not exactly the most reliable quality. You will then need to set up a Trading account or get in contact with a Forex broker support team that can assist you to open your account. If you are intending to spend your downtime learning everything you need to know to understand the Forex market then you should start by reading up as much as you can about the foreign exchange industry or by taking on an online course, of which there are many. It doesn’t take long to grasp the basics, and while it is an ever-changing industry, the basic principles of Forex stay the same. Getting Started Once you have opened your trading account, you can start developing your basics and knowledge about the market. It is no lie that there are many Forex brokers out there offering trading accounts, so it is very necessary that you make sure to select the best and reliable one, which is trusted in the FX industry, and also Licensed under the FSCA. Accounts can be applied form online, and while you might have to wait for them to be approved, it shouldn’t take long for your account to be set up. You will have to provide specific information as well as and then confirm the email address before you can proceed. The next step will be to create a demo account, which you can use for practice while you are learning the ins and outs of the industry. Also, you can try several sorts of market predictions on a demo account and the BEST part? No one can say that the field of Forex trading is not exciting. Prepare yourself for some profitable boredom. Even though economic times are uncertain at the moment, and the future after this period is looking just as dull, many South Africans are utilizing trading on the financial markets to create additional income. Now is without a doubt the time to start, especially if you are out of work for the next few weeks. The fantastic thing about Forex trading is that the amount of capital input is low, and you will enjoy flexible trading hours, which you can continue to follow once the lockdown period has passed. Another benefit is that the risks associated with Forex trading are also considered to be quite low, as long as you make good decisions. Quarantine shouldn’t necessarily be considered an unplanned, mini-holiday, instead, you should make sure that you use your time wisely and learn as much as you can about the field of Forex trade and look into other types of investment opportunities while you are at it. The information and knowledge that you will gain during this time will come in immensely helpful in the long run. cheers!
  5. From my point of view, Gold increases its safe haven status everyday as the financial & death toll goes higher and higher. Gold is now 1702 dollars , it can go up & down few in coming days But expect the 2008 moment when stock markets were calm for three weeks and then boom .. Maybe, In May we will see higher prices when the governments start to pay the immense costs of economical downturn - unemployment benefits, no tax revenue, exploding healthcare costs and with the printing of money stagflation & recession; perfect recipe for extreme Gold prices, find out the best place to buy gold online when you can … What you say guys?

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