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U.Today Now Partners with the Largest Brazilian Crypto Site Livecoins: Details

Tue, 09/27/2022 - 12:28
U.Today Now Partners with the Largest Brazilian Crypto Site Livecoins: Details
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U.Today is happy to announce a partnership with Livecoins, one of Brazil’s largest crypto sites.

U.Today officially announces a partnership with @livecoinsBR, the biggest portal for crypto in Brazil #utoday #livecoins #crypto #cryptocurrencies

U.Today is pleased to announce a partnership with Livecoins, one of Brazil's largest websites regularly covering cryptocurrency, blockchain and current trends in the new digital economy. Given the cryptocurrency boom in Latin America, and Brazil in particular, the collaboration aims to take coverage of the cryptocurrency market to a new level in South America's largest country. Livecoins runs its reporting and coverage of the crypto market in Portuguese, with a monthly audience of three million readers. Given the fact that cryptocurrencies and blockchain are still in their infancy and that Brazil has a population of over 200 million people, the potential for growth in interest in the topics covered is clear.
One notable example of work published on Livecoins is an article on Bitcoin and CBDC by João Raja, a lawyer specializing in intellectual property. In this article, the author, assessing Bitcoin and the so-called "state cryptocurrencies" from his own perspective, presents and challenges the arguments about the future that these entities present to us. The lawyer cover in detail whether BTC and CBDC is a good, whether the transition to the deeper digitization of life is possible without losing individual freedom and whether independent cryptocurrencies can exist without their government clones.


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