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Ep. 16 Feat. Siwon Kim: Artificial Intelligence, How will Blockchain and AI work together, and AI Doomsday scenarios

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, Siwon Kim head of Biz Dev at MXC Foundation stops by to discuss the following topics and more: 1. What really is "AI"? Should we really fear the "Big Brother" computer knowing everything? 2. There are now over 30 projects working in combining AI and Blockchain. What would it look like? 3. What are some challenges in combining AI and Blockchain? 4. Can AI be truly efficient while respecting privacy law around the world? 5. Combining AI and Blockchain is cool and all, but why should people care? 6. How can normal people - who may not understand Blockchain or AI - be involved? 7. What’s the Difference Between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning? 8. Can AI and the blockchain help us make anonymous data more encrypted? 9. Can AI help blockchains be more efficient? Computers are stupid. They need proper programming in order to execute smart code. If AI could manage the block...

64 MINJUN 9
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Ep. 16 Feat. Siwon Kim: Artificial Intelligence, How will Blockchain and AI work together, and AI Doomsday scenarios

Ep. 15 Feat. Yoshi Yokakowa: Alpaca is building the foundation for future Robinhoods

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, the CEO of Alpaca.markets stops by to discuss the following topics and more: -What is Alpaca Markets? -How will alpaca bring competition to the zero-commission stock trading sector? -What does Yoshi think about ICO's? -Yoshi's thoughts on Bitcoin -What is the investing scene like in Japan and much more! Check out this episode on YouTube where you can listen to the whole episode as a video: https://youtu.be/k8MSXPqcwfY Make sure to check out the Modern Markets Newsletter at substack every week at https://modernmarkets.substack.com/

35 MINJUN 2
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Ep. 15 Feat. Yoshi Yokakowa: Alpaca is building the foundation for future Robinhoods

Ep. 14 Feat. Joe Vezz & Jon Farjo: Tracking Social Sentiment Waves with Lunar Crush

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, the CEO and CPO Joe Vezz and Jon Farjo of https://lunarcrush.com/ stop by to discuss the following topics and more: -How Lunar Crush is tracking social sentiment waves -Joe and Jons advice to crypto entrepreneurs -Their experience through a highly acclaimed startup accelerator called Techstars -Their opinions on the Bitcoin halving, and Bitcoin -What the world would look like after COVID lockdowns are over and so much more! Check out this episode on anchor.fm where you can listen to the whole episode as a podcast! https://anchor.fm/modernmarkets Make sure to check out the Modern Markets Newsletter at substack every week at https://modernmarkets.substack.com/

88 MINMAY 25
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Ep. 14 Feat. Joe Vezz & Jon Farjo: Tracking Social Sentiment Waves with Lunar Crush

Ep. 13 Feat. Joe Roets: Dragonchain is building hybrid blockchain tech for enterprises

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, Joe Roets CEO of Dragonchain joins Tytan as they discuss the following topics: Make sure to check out the Modern Markets Newsletter at substack every week!

70 MINMAY 17
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Ep. 13 Feat. Joe Roets: Dragonchain is building hybrid blockchain tech for enterprises

Ep. 12 Bitcoin Halving Special Edition: What is Bitcoin, What is the Bitcoin Halving?

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, Tytan discusses what the Bitcoin Halving is as well as what Bitcoin is. We try to cover all aspects of the Bitcoin Halving including mining operations part in the whole event. Make sure to check out the Modern Markets Newsletter at substack every week!

27 MINMAY 11
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Ep. 12 Bitcoin Halving Special Edition: What is Bitcoin, What is the Bitcoin Halving?

Ep. 11 Feat. Bradley Kam: Unstoppable Domains is Uncensoring the internet with Decentralized Web

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, Bradley Kam head of Business Development at Unstoppable Domains joins Tytan as they discuss the following topics: What is Unstoppable Domains and how will the decentralized web benefit customers? What is Decentralized Web, and are there any cases where censorship of domains/sites are prevalent? How does Unstoppable Domains work, and is it easy to use? Make sure to check out the Modern Markets Newsletter at substack every week!

30 MINMAY 3
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Ep. 11 Feat. Bradley Kam: Unstoppable Domains is Uncensoring the internet with Decentralized Web

Ep. 10: Is Kim Jong-Un Dead, CoronaVirus updated mortality rates, Was the lockdown worth it, Oil Futures break records

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, TytanInc discusses the following topics: Is Kim Jong Un really dead, brain dead, or still alive? An update on the mortality rate of coronavirus from a study at USC Is the lockdown worse than the virus? Oil futures tank into negative prices for the first time in history Global Market Update: North America Trump suspends all immigration to the US over COVID-19. The president has followed through on previous claims that he would shut down the nation to immigrants, although now it is limited to those seeking green cards. It does not, however, apply to doctors or nurses who would be helping the relief efforts, or the spouses of US citizens and prospective adoptees. The ban is being made in order to “ensure that unemployed Americans of all backgrounds will be first in line for jobs as our economy reopens.” South America Countries like Venezuela, which are in a constant state of economic uncertainty, are faring worse during this crisis. A nation with one of the largest oil supplies in the world has been subject to numerous trade embargoes and sanctions levied by both the US and other nations. For the nations still trading with Venezuela, the recent drop in oil prices has severely limited its purchasing power. Limited access to healthcare, food supplies, and stable currency have all impacted the country and its surrounding neighbors. European Union The EU continues to grapple with its economic issues. Spain has several aggressive initiatives to help fix their problems. The Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, is proposing that long-term bonds be used to raise $1.5 trillion to alleviate the impact from COVID-19, which would be spread out in the beginning of 2021 to the most affected sectors. This would amount to one-tenth of the total GDP for the EU. Africa In the United States stores selling alcohol and tobacco have been declared essential businesses and allowed to stay open. South Africa has taken the opposite approach and banned the sale of both alcohol and tobacco. Only three other countries have taken this action, including Thailand, Greenland, and certain regions of Mexico. A report in 2018 concluded that the alcohol industry of South Africa accounted for more than $583 million. For alcoholics, quitting “cold turkey” can lead to serious withdrawal symptoms including death. Data brought to you by FomoHunt's lead analyst Kaltoro, and your host Tytan Inc. Make sure to check out the Modern Markets Newsletter at substack every week!

22 MINAPR 26
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Ep. 10: Is Kim Jong-Un Dead, CoronaVirus updated mortality rates, Was the lockdown worth it, Oil Futures break records

Ep. 9: The Wuhan Institute of virology may have leaked COVID-19, Stock Markets are internationalizing, And Bitcoin halving importance!

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, TytanInc discusses the following topics: There is enough evidence now to suggest the Wuhan Institute of virology leaked the CoronaVirus The Bursa Malaysia stock exchange, and the Shenzen Stock Exchange are partnering across borders. Tokenization and how it will take over the world. This Bitcoin Halving importance cannot be understated. Global Market Update: North America The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has begun to forgive large amounts of foreign debt. 25 of the poorest countries in the world are seeing their debt forgiven by their lenders. IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva stated. "This provides grants to our poorest and most vulnerable members to cover their IMF debt obligations for an initial phase over the next six months and will help them channel more of their scarce financial resources towards vital emergency medical and other relief efforts.” Similarly, the World Bank is distributing $160 billion to 76 countries to help combat the effects of the coronavirus. South America Ecuador’s issuer default credit rating has been downgraded to a “C.” The Fitch ratings company made the decision as Ecuador is exploring options to defer payments on billions of dollars in bonds that will mature this year. The low credit rating signifies a higher risk of default as the country struggles with the COVID-19 pandemic. European Union Vehicle sales have plummeted over 50% in the EU over the last month. Sales of cars and trucks hit record lows with Fiat Chrysler being hit particularly hard with a drop of 76.6% in gross sales. Financial forecasters are hoping for a “V” shaped recovery in the coming months, though a resurgence or second wave of coronavirus cases could delay that recovery by up to a year. Africa South African Airways has made the decision to fire all 4,700 of its employees. The 86-year old travel provider appears to be shutting down due to the lack of travelers. As a state-owned company South African Airways has been struggling over the past decade, hiring 9 CEO’s over the past 10 years in its attempts to restructure and retain profitability. It has not released financial statements over the last 2 years, likely due to fears of liquidation and an inability to pay back loans. Asia The World Bank projects a slump in growth in South Asia. A combination of a drop in tourism, supply chain disruption, and a drop in demand for textiles are most likely the blame for the drop in revenue across several nations. The Maldives is expected to be hit especially hard, with an estimated drop in GDP of up to 13%. Data brought to you by FomoHunt's lead analyst Kaltoro, and your host Tytan Inc. Make sure to check out the Modern Markets Newsletter at substack every week!

20 MINAPR 19
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Ep. 9: The Wuhan Institute of virology may have leaked COVID-19, Stock Markets are internationalizing, And Bitcoin halving importance!

Ep. 8 Feat. Siwon Kim: How MXC is using LPWAN Tech with Blockchain, Crypto scams, & CoronaVirus travel complications

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, Siwon Kim head of Business Development at MXCFoundation joins Tytan as they discuss the following topics: What is LPWAN tech and how is MXC foundation using this with the blockchain? What do Cryptocurrency scams look like. Siwon's journey back to Germany with the coronavirus lockdown ensuing. Global Market Update: North America The chairman of the new Pandemic Response Accountability Committee has been replaced after less than two weeks on the job. Glenn A. Fine, a former acting inspector general, has been replaced by Sean O’Donnell, the EPA’s inspector general to oversee the $2.2 trillion stimulus bill. This move has been criticized by Democrats who have applauded Mr. Fine’s reputation as being a tough and independent investigator. There has been no official reason from the White House for the change in leadership. South America Latin American countries are banding together to purchase the increasingly diminished supply of PPE, or personal protective equipment. Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, and Paraguay have joined the international bidding war to acquire equipment that would protect medical workers and the general public from contracting the coronavirus. European Union Boris Johnson has been moved out of an ICU after being previously admitted for COVID-19. The UK’s Prime Minister spent three days in intensive care unit before being released and is reportedly able to go on small walks. The Prime Minister previously downplayed the severity of the pandemic and continued to shake hands as other world leaders advocated social distancing. Africa French doctors have proposed testing a coronavirus vaccine in Africa, sparking outrage from the international community. Dr. Jean-Paul Mira of Cochin Hospital in Paris suggested that experimental treatments be carried out in African territories where “there are no masks, no treatments and no ICUs.” Mira later apologized in a statement released by his hospital after several advocate groups quickly raised alarms, comparing this mindset to colonial behaviors of the past. Asia China has taken the first steps in lifting its quarantine. The city of Wuhan, where the coronavirus was first discovered, reported on Tuesday that it had zero new reported cases of COVID-19. The city of 11 million people is slowly coming back to life after being under lockdown since late January. Data brought to you by FomoHunt's lead analyst Kaltoro, and your host Tytan Inc. Make sure to check out the Modern Markets Newsletter at substack every week!

46 MINAPR 14
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Ep. 8 Feat. Siwon Kim: How MXC is using LPWAN Tech with Blockchain, Crypto scams, & CoronaVirus travel complications

Ep. 7 Feat. Charles Read: The Evolution of "Stablecoins" and What to Expect Next

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, Charles Read head of Zumo Kit at Zumo.money joins Tytan as they discuss the following topics: What are stablecoins and what do they do? What are Central Bank digital currencies? What will the world look like with the digitization of currencies? Global Markets Update: North America Companies around the world are in a race to find a treatment for the COVID-19 virus. Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Novavax, and more have dedicated substantial resources to come up with a workable solution in the past weeks. Currently available drugs are being tested as an effective treatment for the coronavirus, including those for malaria and arthritis. New York, the US city with the most active cases, is using all available resources including intravenously administering Vitamin C. There is currently no cure for COVID-19 and vaccines are still likely 12-16 months away. South America Brazilian President Jair Bolsonar...

35 MINAPR 5
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Ep. 7 Feat. Charles Read: The Evolution of "Stablecoins" and What to Expect Next

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Ep. 16 Feat. Siwon Kim: Artificial Intelligence, How will Blockchain and AI work together, and AI Doomsday scenarios

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, Siwon Kim head of Biz Dev at MXC Foundation stops by to discuss the following topics and more: 1. What really is "AI"? Should we really fear the "Big Brother" computer knowing everything? 2. There are now over 30 projects working in combining AI and Blockchain. What would it look like? 3. What are some challenges in combining AI and Blockchain? 4. Can AI be truly efficient while respecting privacy law around the world? 5. Combining AI and Blockchain is cool and all, but why should people care? 6. How can normal people - who may not understand Blockchain or AI - be involved? 7. What’s the Difference Between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning? 8. Can AI and the blockchain help us make anonymous data more encrypted? 9. Can AI help blockchains be more efficient? Computers are stupid. They need proper programming in order to execute smart code. If AI could manage the block...

64 MINJUN 9
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Ep. 16 Feat. Siwon Kim: Artificial Intelligence, How will Blockchain and AI work together, and AI Doomsday scenarios

Ep. 15 Feat. Yoshi Yokakowa: Alpaca is building the foundation for future Robinhoods

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, the CEO of Alpaca.markets stops by to discuss the following topics and more: -What is Alpaca Markets? -How will alpaca bring competition to the zero-commission stock trading sector? -What does Yoshi think about ICO's? -Yoshi's thoughts on Bitcoin -What is the investing scene like in Japan and much more! Check out this episode on YouTube where you can listen to the whole episode as a video: https://youtu.be/k8MSXPqcwfY Make sure to check out the Modern Markets Newsletter at substack every week at https://modernmarkets.substack.com/

35 MINJUN 2
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Ep. 15 Feat. Yoshi Yokakowa: Alpaca is building the foundation for future Robinhoods

Ep. 14 Feat. Joe Vezz & Jon Farjo: Tracking Social Sentiment Waves with Lunar Crush

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, the CEO and CPO Joe Vezz and Jon Farjo of https://lunarcrush.com/ stop by to discuss the following topics and more: -How Lunar Crush is tracking social sentiment waves -Joe and Jons advice to crypto entrepreneurs -Their experience through a highly acclaimed startup accelerator called Techstars -Their opinions on the Bitcoin halving, and Bitcoin -What the world would look like after COVID lockdowns are over and so much more! Check out this episode on anchor.fm where you can listen to the whole episode as a podcast! https://anchor.fm/modernmarkets Make sure to check out the Modern Markets Newsletter at substack every week at https://modernmarkets.substack.com/

88 MINMAY 25
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Ep. 14 Feat. Joe Vezz & Jon Farjo: Tracking Social Sentiment Waves with Lunar Crush

Ep. 13 Feat. Joe Roets: Dragonchain is building hybrid blockchain tech for enterprises

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, Joe Roets CEO of Dragonchain joins Tytan as they discuss the following topics: Make sure to check out the Modern Markets Newsletter at substack every week!

70 MINMAY 17
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Ep. 13 Feat. Joe Roets: Dragonchain is building hybrid blockchain tech for enterprises

Ep. 12 Bitcoin Halving Special Edition: What is Bitcoin, What is the Bitcoin Halving?

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, Tytan discusses what the Bitcoin Halving is as well as what Bitcoin is. We try to cover all aspects of the Bitcoin Halving including mining operations part in the whole event. Make sure to check out the Modern Markets Newsletter at substack every week!

27 MINMAY 11
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Ep. 12 Bitcoin Halving Special Edition: What is Bitcoin, What is the Bitcoin Halving?

Ep. 11 Feat. Bradley Kam: Unstoppable Domains is Uncensoring the internet with Decentralized Web

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, Bradley Kam head of Business Development at Unstoppable Domains joins Tytan as they discuss the following topics: What is Unstoppable Domains and how will the decentralized web benefit customers? What is Decentralized Web, and are there any cases where censorship of domains/sites are prevalent? How does Unstoppable Domains work, and is it easy to use? Make sure to check out the Modern Markets Newsletter at substack every week!

30 MINMAY 3
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Ep. 11 Feat. Bradley Kam: Unstoppable Domains is Uncensoring the internet with Decentralized Web

Ep. 10: Is Kim Jong-Un Dead, CoronaVirus updated mortality rates, Was the lockdown worth it, Oil Futures break records

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, TytanInc discusses the following topics: Is Kim Jong Un really dead, brain dead, or still alive? An update on the mortality rate of coronavirus from a study at USC Is the lockdown worse than the virus? Oil futures tank into negative prices for the first time in history Global Market Update: North America Trump suspends all immigration to the US over COVID-19. The president has followed through on previous claims that he would shut down the nation to immigrants, although now it is limited to those seeking green cards. It does not, however, apply to doctors or nurses who would be helping the relief efforts, or the spouses of US citizens and prospective adoptees. The ban is being made in order to “ensure that unemployed Americans of all backgrounds will be first in line for jobs as our economy reopens.” South America Countries like Venezuela, which are in a constant state of economic uncertainty, are faring worse during this crisis. A nation with one of the largest oil supplies in the world has been subject to numerous trade embargoes and sanctions levied by both the US and other nations. For the nations still trading with Venezuela, the recent drop in oil prices has severely limited its purchasing power. Limited access to healthcare, food supplies, and stable currency have all impacted the country and its surrounding neighbors. European Union The EU continues to grapple with its economic issues. Spain has several aggressive initiatives to help fix their problems. The Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, is proposing that long-term bonds be used to raise $1.5 trillion to alleviate the impact from COVID-19, which would be spread out in the beginning of 2021 to the most affected sectors. This would amount to one-tenth of the total GDP for the EU. Africa In the United States stores selling alcohol and tobacco have been declared essential businesses and allowed to stay open. South Africa has taken the opposite approach and banned the sale of both alcohol and tobacco. Only three other countries have taken this action, including Thailand, Greenland, and certain regions of Mexico. A report in 2018 concluded that the alcohol industry of South Africa accounted for more than $583 million. For alcoholics, quitting “cold turkey” can lead to serious withdrawal symptoms including death. Data brought to you by FomoHunt's lead analyst Kaltoro, and your host Tytan Inc. Make sure to check out the Modern Markets Newsletter at substack every week!

22 MINAPR 26
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Ep. 10: Is Kim Jong-Un Dead, CoronaVirus updated mortality rates, Was the lockdown worth it, Oil Futures break records

Ep. 9: The Wuhan Institute of virology may have leaked COVID-19, Stock Markets are internationalizing, And Bitcoin halving importance!

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, TytanInc discusses the following topics: There is enough evidence now to suggest the Wuhan Institute of virology leaked the CoronaVirus The Bursa Malaysia stock exchange, and the Shenzen Stock Exchange are partnering across borders. Tokenization and how it will take over the world. This Bitcoin Halving importance cannot be understated. Global Market Update: North America The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has begun to forgive large amounts of foreign debt. 25 of the poorest countries in the world are seeing their debt forgiven by their lenders. IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva stated. "This provides grants to our poorest and most vulnerable members to cover their IMF debt obligations for an initial phase over the next six months and will help them channel more of their scarce financial resources towards vital emergency medical and other relief efforts.” Similarly, the World Bank is distributing $160 billion to 76 countries to help combat the effects of the coronavirus. South America Ecuador’s issuer default credit rating has been downgraded to a “C.” The Fitch ratings company made the decision as Ecuador is exploring options to defer payments on billions of dollars in bonds that will mature this year. The low credit rating signifies a higher risk of default as the country struggles with the COVID-19 pandemic. European Union Vehicle sales have plummeted over 50% in the EU over the last month. Sales of cars and trucks hit record lows with Fiat Chrysler being hit particularly hard with a drop of 76.6% in gross sales. Financial forecasters are hoping for a “V” shaped recovery in the coming months, though a resurgence or second wave of coronavirus cases could delay that recovery by up to a year. Africa South African Airways has made the decision to fire all 4,700 of its employees. The 86-year old travel provider appears to be shutting down due to the lack of travelers. As a state-owned company South African Airways has been struggling over the past decade, hiring 9 CEO’s over the past 10 years in its attempts to restructure and retain profitability. It has not released financial statements over the last 2 years, likely due to fears of liquidation and an inability to pay back loans. Asia The World Bank projects a slump in growth in South Asia. A combination of a drop in tourism, supply chain disruption, and a drop in demand for textiles are most likely the blame for the drop in revenue across several nations. The Maldives is expected to be hit especially hard, with an estimated drop in GDP of up to 13%. Data brought to you by FomoHunt's lead analyst Kaltoro, and your host Tytan Inc. Make sure to check out the Modern Markets Newsletter at substack every week!

20 MINAPR 19
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Ep. 9: The Wuhan Institute of virology may have leaked COVID-19, Stock Markets are internationalizing, And Bitcoin halving importance!

Ep. 8 Feat. Siwon Kim: How MXC is using LPWAN Tech with Blockchain, Crypto scams, & CoronaVirus travel complications

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, Siwon Kim head of Business Development at MXCFoundation joins Tytan as they discuss the following topics: What is LPWAN tech and how is MXC foundation using this with the blockchain? What do Cryptocurrency scams look like. Siwon's journey back to Germany with the coronavirus lockdown ensuing. Global Market Update: North America The chairman of the new Pandemic Response Accountability Committee has been replaced after less than two weeks on the job. Glenn A. Fine, a former acting inspector general, has been replaced by Sean O’Donnell, the EPA’s inspector general to oversee the $2.2 trillion stimulus bill. This move has been criticized by Democrats who have applauded Mr. Fine’s reputation as being a tough and independent investigator. There has been no official reason from the White House for the change in leadership. South America Latin American countries are banding together to purchase the increasingly diminished supply of PPE, or personal protective equipment. Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, and Paraguay have joined the international bidding war to acquire equipment that would protect medical workers and the general public from contracting the coronavirus. European Union Boris Johnson has been moved out of an ICU after being previously admitted for COVID-19. The UK’s Prime Minister spent three days in intensive care unit before being released and is reportedly able to go on small walks. The Prime Minister previously downplayed the severity of the pandemic and continued to shake hands as other world leaders advocated social distancing. Africa French doctors have proposed testing a coronavirus vaccine in Africa, sparking outrage from the international community. Dr. Jean-Paul Mira of Cochin Hospital in Paris suggested that experimental treatments be carried out in African territories where “there are no masks, no treatments and no ICUs.” Mira later apologized in a statement released by his hospital after several advocate groups quickly raised alarms, comparing this mindset to colonial behaviors of the past. Asia China has taken the first steps in lifting its quarantine. The city of Wuhan, where the coronavirus was first discovered, reported on Tuesday that it had zero new reported cases of COVID-19. The city of 11 million people is slowly coming back to life after being under lockdown since late January. Data brought to you by FomoHunt's lead analyst Kaltoro, and your host Tytan Inc. Make sure to check out the Modern Markets Newsletter at substack every week!

46 MINAPR 14
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Ep. 8 Feat. Siwon Kim: How MXC is using LPWAN Tech with Blockchain, Crypto scams, & CoronaVirus travel complications

Ep. 7 Feat. Charles Read: The Evolution of "Stablecoins" and What to Expect Next

Welcome to another episode of the Modern Markets Podcast! Episode review: In this episode, Charles Read head of Zumo Kit at Zumo.money joins Tytan as they discuss the following topics: What are stablecoins and what do they do? What are Central Bank digital currencies? What will the world look like with the digitization of currencies? Global Markets Update: North America Companies around the world are in a race to find a treatment for the COVID-19 virus. Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Novavax, and more have dedicated substantial resources to come up with a workable solution in the past weeks. Currently available drugs are being tested as an effective treatment for the coronavirus, including those for malaria and arthritis. New York, the US city with the most active cases, is using all available resources including intravenously administering Vitamin C. There is currently no cure for COVID-19 and vaccines are still likely 12-16 months away. South America Brazilian President Jair Bolsonar...

35 MINAPR 5
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Ep. 7 Feat. Charles Read: The Evolution of "Stablecoins" and What to Expect Next
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