The European Central Bank on Wednesday formally launched a pilot project to create a “digital euro”, in response to the growing popularity of electronic payments and the rise of cryptocurrencies. “Our work aims to ensure that in the digital
Considered the first achievement of its kind in the United Arab Emirates, the Sharjah Finance Department (SFD) on Wednesday, launched procedures for linking and integrating the smart receipt system,
The total e-commerce in the UAE, surged to over $5 billion in 2021 and is projected to surpass $8 billion by 2025, according to a data released by EZDubai, a dedicated e-commerce zone in Dubai South, in partnership with Euromonitor International,
Residents and citizens can pay bills and parking tickets, book a taxi, reserve a trade name, and avail of many more vital services through https://ds.sharjah.ae and the mobile application on Google Play and Apple’s App Store.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday said that future of financing in India is going to be governed through digitisation, noting that in July 2022 alone,
The digital currency fever has swept the world today, and numerous promising projects have been launched in the Arab world, allowing the Arab world to keep up with the digital revolution and position itself at the forefront of leading global projects.
The native token of MContent is currently trading at a Market Cap of over $100 million on more than six centralised and decentralised exchanges & the platform plans to fund 100 global projects by the end of 2022. MContent has announced the
Sharjah Finance Department (SFD) is participating in “Gitex Technology Week 2022” from Monday, Oct.10-14. Featuring a wide presence of local government institutions and bodies from across the Emirate of Sharjah, the event provides a platform for the Sharjah Finance Department to launch its latest services. As part of its relentless
For more than a decade, musician Thomas Nhassavele has been busking next to the parking payment machine at Johannesburg’s Rosebank Mall, where drivers often dropped their change into his guitar case. But Nhassavele’s takings have dwindled in the past year or two as growing numbers of mall visitors use cards to pay at the