The coronavirus crisis has opened up new questions for the future, one of which is what role cryptocurrencies can play in the years to come.
Since then, more than 10 million people have been infected and almost 500,000 have died, making the COVID-19 pandemic the biggest health crisis of the 21st century. A crisis that is far from over.
Social networks change the way we relate to each other, but the changes are so fast that we don't even think about new rules of etiquette to know what should be done in one case or another. That's why when a friend recently told me that she saw my boyfriend in Tinder, the truth is that I didn't get angry out of jealousy.
Risks and uncertainty. Much hygiene, constant hand washing, masks and, of course, a social distance of two meters.
Wells Fargo, a US-based bank, is warning customers in Venezuela that as of June 26 they will no longer have access to the Zelle platform.
After decades of having the cheapest gasoline in the world, Maduro said that starting next Monday a new pricing scheme will be imposed in some 200 stations located in strategic points of the country.