The Bahamas’ entry into the digital assets space has created at least 30 jobs, and pumped over $5m into the economy, by attracting new broker/dealers and cryptocurrency exchanges to this nation, a financial provider says
The Deputy Prime Minister says The Bahamas is “not concerned” about the potential threat of increased international regulatory pressures and scrutiny due to the growth of its digital assets industry.
A Bahamian technology provider says it is investing in a “data recovery laboratory” that will employ biometrics, and face and voice recognition, to help prevent fraud in an increasingly digital world.
TO celebrate its fifth year in business, IX Capital donated $50,000 for youth education in Financial Services.
Bahamian workers are unlikely to enjoy an “equitable rebound” in employment conditions post-COVID, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is warning, with the pandemic likely to have worsened existing skills gaps and mismatches.
THE Ministry of Education has announced a delay in report card collection at all public schools due to technical challenges with the ministry’s Learning Management System.
FIBA Centrobasket Under-15 Girls Championship
Head coach Varel Davis said the Bahamas junior girls national team is a very young team, but they are performing as best as they can at the FIBA Centrobasket Under-15 Girls Championship.
The Government is developing legislation to establish a carbon credit exchange in The Bahamas to further boost its ambitions to make this nation “a global centre” for the emerging industry.
The Bahamas was yesterday urged to quickly “get past” pre-COVID’s record 7.2m visitor arrivals after this nation ranked among the top Caribbean destinations which tourism investment capital is most bullish on.
The Bahamas must slash its $11.843bn national debt in “absolute” terms, a top banker urged yesterday, after this nation was named among ten countries whose bonds are now trading at “distressed” levels.