Crypto News | Listia rising

Our very first piece of today’s news has to do with a free online marketplace and mobile application where people can trade goods without using money – Listia. Listia uses the system of Listia credits to facilitate these trades. According to the latest information, with Listia rising – the company has raised $15 million in an initial coin offering – we could have a decentralized marketplace very soon, which will come with its own protocol called Ink Protocol. This should allow traders to establish their own credibility. As we can see, Listia rising might be the next big step towards a completely decentralized market and free exchange in general.

There’s more good news we’ll share with you in this crypto news analysis. The prime minister of Bermuda said that the country is looking to change its property deeds system to a blockchain. In other words, Bermuda will switch from a regular system of recording deed information and will use blockchain technology to do so. Having in mind the general situation with cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, this could also present a big step towards institutional application and full acceptance of this technology all over the world.

In other news, we bring you the latest information from the shares market. According to the latest data, Nikkei fell 1.1 percent. Experts agree that this fall has to do with the dollar’s decline against the yen, so you should definitely keep an eye on that. When it comes to European shares, however, there’s been a small rise of Britain’s FTSE – FTSE rose 0.1 percent. Germany’s DAX and France’s Cac rose as well. As you can see, the shares market is also quite dynamic, shares are mostly growing, and now might be the time to react. As you can see, a lot of interesting things are going on in the business world right now, so keep following the developments with us and you will have the best chance of investing successfully.


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