Potential destruction of decentralized finance
One of the world’s largest electronic contract manufacturers warned that the global chip shortage may last until mid-2022. The G7 advanced economies reached a “historic agreement” that they called a tax on multinational companies, and China Measures are being taken to cool the renminbi’s rally. In addition, Miles Kruppa, a venture capital reporter for the Financial Times in the United Kingdom, talked about cryptocurrency startups that aim to disrupt and decentralize finance.
The manufacturer warns that the chip shortage will last until at least the middle of 2022
The Group of Seven countries reached a historic agreement on taxation of multinational companies
China takes measures to cool the yuan rebound
Silicon Valley is betting on crypto projects to disrupt finance
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