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Endangered species protection finds blockchain and Bitcoin love

Ketaki Dixit



Endagered species blockchain love
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The 66-foot blue whale that washed ashore the Chilean coast sparked a debate on the protection and support of endangered species. The blue whale is the largest animal ever known to have existed and only about 25000 are believed to remain.

Gabriela Garrido, a researcher at the Museum of Natural History Río Seco, was shocked to see people jumping on top of the dead mammal with some of them taking a selfie. Alessandro Roberto, an endangered species activist from Peurto Rico says,

“How can we protect these species from human beings? We are the biggest threat to our own planet. Today’s vandalism shows that before protection people need to be made aware and civilized behavior is the first step to protectionism”

Care for the Uncared (CfU) an NGO based out of Uganda have plans to introduce blockchain technology to preserve and protect endangered species which also include Blue Whales, Indian Tiger, Sea Otter, Asian Elephant, Giant Panda and many more.

Bale Kabumba, spokesperson for CfU spoke to AMBCrypto and says they are already working with leading blockchain developers from London to track, tag and record the health, geographic reach, movement patterns to better understand the species in order to protect them. They soon plan a Bitcoin donation platform in order for people to support.

Bale says,

“This record would be publicly accessible in the block and although the work is just beginning and the future is uncertain we definitely believe this will change the way we behave and interact with nature. This record will eventually help understand the determining factors in species extinction”

Albert Thomson, a blockchain developer from Berlin says,

“We need to a blockchain intervention here. It’s refreshing to see blockchain being used to enhance our environment rather than just minting money for everyone”

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Ketaki Dixit is a Journalism major from Jain University. She has about 1-year experience in the field and is passionate about blockchain technology and the cryptocurrency world.

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Binance coin pumps by over 6% in an hour; breaks its all-time high

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On June 20, Binance coin [BNB], a coin ranked seventh on CoinMarketCap, surged by a massive 6.38% over the past hour. The coin also broke its all-time high and was trading at $36.47, at press time.

Source: Trading view

Source: Trading view

At press time, BNB was being traded at $36.47 with a market cap of $5.097 billion. The 24-hour trading volume of the coin was reported to be $571.64 million, as it spiked by 2.35% over the day. Over the past seven days, the coin noted a rise of 2.03% in its price and continued to rise by 6.38% within the hour.

This hike follows Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange, KuCoin, listing Binance coin [BNB] and Binance announcing the launch of Elrond project on Binance launchpad. Binance funded the sharding-based public blockchain network in a private funding round, as the company closed the round with $1.9 million. It will be the next project supported by Binance launchpad and the token sale will be carried out in a lottery fashion. The token sale is scheduled to begin from June 22, 00:00 AM [UTC].

The coin was highly traded on Binance exchange with BNB/USDT pair and BNB/BTC pair. BNB/USDT took the first place as it noted a 24-hour trading volume of $137 million, followed by BNB/BTC which reported a volume of $126 million. The third position was taken by LBank exchange, which registered a trading volume of $120 million with BNB/USDT pair.

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