People switch from their fulltime job to freelancing thinking they would enjoy the freedom that comes with it. They are lured by the expectations of improved work-life balance and the ability to choose their own working hours. And to further add to their eagerness, we have “influencers” who post photos of themselves working by exotic beaches and in the mountains.
Technological breakthroughs happen when some extraordinary people ditch conventional business ventures and decide to work on something in its infancy. At present, these extraordinary people are the ones working with blockchain and cryptocurrency technology.
Blockchain has gained a substantial amount of coverage in the mainstream media since the Bitcoin boom, but it’s far from popular. The primary buzz is still around cryptocurrencies and not blockchain.
Most people are still oblivious to the word ‘blockchain’, let alone having a basic understanding of the technology. This makes the marketing of blockchain businesses a difficult game.
You have a small audience to promote your services to. The moment you decide to push it in front of someone not already involved in the blockchain and crypto space, you risk your ROI. …
Let’s suppose the United States and China are two excelling students studying in the same school in the same class.
They both do best to outperform each other and become the highest ranked student in their class.
For all this while, there had been a cold competition going on between the two students. They’ve done every possible crooked thing to stay ahead of each other.
However, none of the two really did anything big against each other so openly so as to make the matters be known to the school’s principal (the media and the world).
The United States says that despite the academic competition, it has done best within its interest to help China become better at its academics (technology and trade), which, to some extent, is true. …