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Bitcoin does not give up against Coronavirus


Bitcoin the only way out to global reset

In this edition of Quick News we find that Bitcoin does not give up in the fight against the pandemic that plagues the world, the Coronavirus. Starting with that BTC seems to be the only way out and solution to the global reboot caused by this pandemic.

The CEO of the BnkToTheFuture funding platform, Simon Dixon, was present on the latest episode of the financial news show, the Keizer report.

In the program, he expressed that Bitcoin (BTC) will be the only way out of the “global reset” of finance. This currency will allow central banks to even destroy the banking system.

Analyzing the Coronavirus pandemic and its impact on global finances, Dixon noted that the health aspect of the crisis was by no means the worst.

“I don’t want to be dramatic, but this is a global reboot in the financial system,” said host Max Keizer.

Then, he said, there was a massive “struggle” for power by governments and central banks. Taxpayers and those obligated to rely on fiat money will pay the price.

Microsoft Helps Hospitals Fight Ransomware Attacks Amid Coronavirus

Bitcoin is not the only one that does not give up in the fight against the Coronavirus. Microsoft is also contributing to combat this pandemic, confronting people who take advantage of the situation. The company is notifying hospitals that they are vulnerable to ransomware attacks.

He alerted hospitals, to help prevent health institutions from being overwhelmed amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The firm also issued recommendations to hospitals to secure their systems and prevent ransomware attacks.

Through the company’s network of threat intelligence analysts, Microsoft says it “identified several dozen hospitals” with vulnerable virtual private networks and other public gateway applications on its systems.

OKEx includes small balances with a new offer

By the side of cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin is not the only one that does not give up to fight against the Coronavirus. Cryptocurrency exchange OKEx announced a new feature that allows its users to convert small balances into the company’s proprietary OKB token.

OKEx announced today that the new product allows its users to convert all crypto asset balances with a value less than 0.001 Bitcoin (BTC) into OKB.

The upper limit for the conversion value is 0.01 BTC. There is no limit on the conversion time, but the conversion is only available when the price fluctuates within 5%.

OKEx CEO Jay Hao urged traders to avoid speculating on OKB, saying:

“One principle that I recommend to all of our users is that if you don’t fully believe in OKEx’s long-term growth, don’t negotiate with OKB.”

Thus facilitating transactions within the platform for people who have low amounts. This is quite important in a context where the international banking system may fail.

Bitcoin Donations Help Save Lives Through Coronavirus

Returning with the protagonist of this edition, we are going to a more particular case of how Bitcoin does not give up against the Coronavirus. Bitcoin (BTC) donations are helping to save Italian lives and protect the first responders on the front line of the battle against the Coronavirus.

Bitcoin faces the coronavirus, according to Helperbit, a Blockchain-based disaster management platform, details that Bitcoin donations are saving lives.

Thus, the Italian Red Cross formed an advanced medical post (AMP) in Castel Gandolfo, a city near Rome.

Created in conjunction with the Colli Albani Committee, the AMP was purchased through Bitcoin donations that were part of an emergency-focused fundraising campaign in Italy. The campaign raised € 29,350 (around $ 31,828) in Bitcoin.

AMPs are mobile medical centers that are used in times of crisis to assess patients who may need immediate medical assistance.

In Italy, they are helping medical professionals fight the coronavirus by acting as a point of contact for people potentially infected with the new coronavirus, who then receive tests and advice.

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