The term “toxic employee” has become just annoying corporate jargon, at best. At worst, I have seen it used to describe employees who were simply responding to the working conditions created by their managers.
The first fact in this article is STAGGERING. “San Francisco spends about $250 million on homeless services each year, the vast majority going to supportive housing, eviction prevention, rental subsidies, and other means to keep people from becoming homeless — again or at all.” Divide that by the quoted 22,000 that are processed every year and you…
What a dumpster fire of an article. The entire government of Dubai will be on blockchain by 2020. Walmart is using IBM private blockchain for overseas shipping logistics and management. Gates Foundation is using Ripple’s technology to help the poor and disenfranchised all over the world — places where profit-seeking banks don’t touch.
This article needs to go back to the drawing board.
> Our goal is to make Coinbase the most trusted and easiest to use digital currency exchange
Then why the hell would you single handedly tank the crypto marketplace by adding bitcoin cash to your exchange without warning? It’s the most contentious coin available and if you know the history then you know full well what would…
Why was the exact timing of BCH release kept so secret? Why couldn’t you email everyone the day before? Why couldn’t you confirm you’d be opening markets instead of just releasing BCH coins to fork recipients as indicated in earlier emails? A little more than an hours notice would have been appreciated.