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How Will Electric Cars Destabilize the Automotive Industry?

The traditional automotive industry is in a period of flux. In most developed nations we are seeing the market begin to be dominated by hybrid cars, which have better fuel efficiency. The market for fully electric cars is still in its infancy, but with the rapid rate at which technology is currently developing, we could see them dominate the industry …

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Bitcoin, The Number One Cryptocurrency – Who Accepts It As A Form Of Currency?

Fintech has developed greatly since the early 1900’s, and we have seen a range of important technologies emerge such as ATM’s, payment networks, and visa cards, to name a few. In the last decade, we have seen a new type of Fintech blossom – cryptocurrencies. Cryptocurrencies are digital currencies that often use blockchain technology. This type of currency has no …

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7 Steps to Financial Freedom

by Linda Pliagas Everyone yearns for abundance and financial security, it is a human desire we all share. It is a motivation ingrained in us as part of our survival mechanism. While we all have this in common, only a limited few ever actually reach tr…

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Facebook Libra Digital Currency

The Facebook plans to operate its own digital currency that which poses risks to the international banking system and this should trigger a speedy response from the global policymakers, that which is according to the organization that represents the world’s central banks. This move of the so called big tech firms such as the Facebook, Amazon and Alibaba into the …

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Examining the Measurement of Adequate Funding for Research and Development on Productive Science

It has become casual to invest a large sum of money in the Research and Development of productivity. With the changing scenarios of the resources, the availability of investment has become limited. The need for reliable, systematic models for quantitative funding has become significantly important.  On investing a variety of inputs a person can obtain a scientific output of great …

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Making the Most of Your Small Business Loan

Small businesses are the backbone of the U.S. ECONOMY.  According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), 99% OF AMERICAN COMPANIES qualify as small businesses. Together, the 28 million small businesses in the United States account for 55% of all jobs. Since 1982, the number of small businesses has INCREASED 49%. Since 1990, small businesses have created 8 MILLION NEW JOBS, …

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Why Companies are Accepting Bitcoin as a Payment Method

Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin have seen a considerable increase in popularity. Within a few years ago, Bitcoin has emerged as a form of payment where many companies have already begun to introduce as their platform getaway. This has given many opportunities for payment to web users. More companies and websites are incorporating Bitcoin as a payment method for their services. …

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Cryptocurrency in Comparison with Other Monetary Alternatives

The term “cryptocurrency” may sound a bit scary or seem difficult to understand, but it does not have to be confusing. Listed here, you will find some comparative information about cryptocurrency and other forms of monetary payment. What is Cryptocurrency? Cryptocurrency is a digital currency in which encryption techniques are used to regulate the generation of units of currency and …

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The Future of Cryptocurrency

In recent times, the cryptocurrency has continued to gain increased popularity and understanding its value and use has attracted a large amount of public attention. Initially, it appeared somewhat scary and unfamiliar, just like the credit card looked to the users in its early days. You may have come by terms such as Ethereum, and Bitcoin. All these are cryptocurrencies …

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Top Ways Companies Using to Avoid US Tariff

We are no strangers to the global trade war of which U.S. has been accused of by China. China tends to believe that the imposition of such high tariffs on the global metals like steel and aluminum, the U.S. has started a global trade war. The new raging war has been a matter of discussion for many economists around the …

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