Over the past few years buzzwords like ‘crypto’ and ‘NFTs’ have become a part of more mainstream conversations. Even if you have not thoroughly figured out exactly what they are they do seem to be everywhere nowadays. The newest conversation is about the Metaverse (Web 3.0) and which companies seem to be joining the conversation. What we cannot ignore is that our economy is gradually shifting away from many conventional ways of doing things. And with drastic changes, specifically internet-based, can come potential cybersecurity threats.
Cryptocurrencies, over the last 10 years, have gained widespread acceptance and a massive following. Once regarded as a mystery, it is commonplace to see people with crypto wallets and apps, saving and trading these digital currencies. Because of this the topic of mining cryptocurrencies is becoming more mainstream.
It is no longer wishful thinking or mere speculations; the future of modern banking is now cryptocurrencies. Within a short span of a decade, cryptocurrencies have penetrated the internet, with more and more people signing up to have digital wallets to trade and store these coins. And with cryptocurrencies come many questions surrounding crypto mining and the currencies in general.