Amidst all the divisiveness in the world today, I truly believe there is a yearning and a calling within all of us for a kinder way — a life of compassion, forgiveness, and a desire to live as brothers and sisters. I pray that, out of all of this, we can choose to unite rather than separate; to drop our judgments and criticisms, and look for the goodness in each other. We are all human beings doing the best we can. It’s time we come together.
This leads to a question. If the technology needs to be protected legally, what do we mean by saying that blockchain is secure? Let’s consider 10 reasons of why blockchain community needs a better understanding of a term ‘secur…
r it’s…um that’s all over your Instagram feed — regardless of whether it’s actually what you want or need. Defining what matters to you up front, then measuring each option against that definition, allows you to go into the process with more direction.
With over 46 billion minutes of monthly watch-time on Twitch (up 56 percent from last year), it’s clear live-streaming for gamers is here to stay. More generally, with e-sports now getting both praise and airtime on major networks like ESPN, the trajectory of the space, and Twitch’s own trajectory, look promising.
Please don’t use this tired tactic. It will make your brand come off as desperate. On top of that, if your secret formula was so good, would you really have to shame people into subscribing to your newsletter to download it?
…any becomes clear. Then there’s run-of-the-mill dishonesty where founders lie outright about facts. Examples I’ve seen include inflated metrics (“we’re growing 50% month over month” when they’re not), manufactured advisors (saying that high-profile Silicon Valley CEOs are advisors when they aren’t), and exaggeration of product readiness (claiming that a platform is fully automated artificial intelligence when it’s really just humans on the backend).