some 2017-2019 copywritten articles

Cryptocurrency and Blockchain – Part 5 of 5 Weekly Series

Posted on April 10, 2018  Conclusion: Banks, financial institutions and many others are adopting blockchain technology faster than anticipated. Case in point, a Markets and Markets report that breaks down the blockchain market size projects the industry will grow from $241.9 million in 2016 to a staggering $7.68 billion in 2022, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR)…
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Cryptocurrency and Blockchain – Part 4 of 5 Weekly Series

Posted on April 3, 2018 Theories  AI (Artificial Intelligence) Theories It is speculated is that AI has taken, or will take, a life force of its own (warned as being a possibility by some, saturated in the tech industry, including Bill Gates and Elon Musk). AI is possibly is behind the development of cryptocurrency. To further concerns, Sophia, a robot…
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Cryptocurrency and Blockchain – Part 3 of 5 Weekly Series

Posted on March 27, 2018 Common Crypto Scams Exchanges There is a huge rise in cryptocurrency exchanges; all wanting your attention, and sometimes your money, obtained by them through very obscure transaction fees that come with handling your purchases. Crypto exchanges have appeared and disappeared almost overnight. If you’re entirely new to cryptocurrency, you might not have heard of Gox.…
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Cryptocurrency and Blockchain – Part 2 of 5 Weekly Series

Posted on March 20, 2018 It is now virtually impossible for humans to decipher blockchain. Bitcoins blockchain has proved impossible to hack, even with the aid of computers. The technology of blockchain CANNOT be understated. This is possibly the biggest leap in technology since the creation of the internet. Blockchain is now being engineered by a multitude of…
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Cryptocurrency and Blockchain – Part 1 of 5 Weekly Series

Posted on March 13, 2018  “Cryptocurrencies” or “Digital Currencies”are the newest currency built using an “open software” program called “blockchain”. “Altcoin” is an abbreviation for: alternative coin and is used to describe any cryptocurrency other than bitcoin. Open software means the copyright holder provides the rights to study, change, and distribute the software to anyone for any purpose, allowing the software to be…
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Don’t Call A Meeting, When You Could Send an Email Instead

Posted on August 14, 2018  One of the powers of email is it allows quick and versatile communications. Team members can quickly digest and respond to messages on their schedule. This prevents having to book meetings that interrupt everyone’s work and schedules. Four Easy Ways to Tell if a Meeting Should Have Been an Email Not…
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Georgia Business License Facts

Posted on March 24, 2019  Conducting business, full or part time, either at a commercial or residential location including home-based businesses requires a current Occupation Tax Certificate, better known as a Business License. A business license provides proof that the individual, partnership, corporation/LLC paid the tax required by the county to conduct business or perform services in exchange for pay. The Annual…
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Three Tips to Personalizing Business Checks

Posted on July 18, 2019 A plethora of online sites offer affordable checks for your business To simplify the process, we have a bit of footwork for you and came up with a list of the most commonly pondered thoughts business owners struggle with when creating business checks. 1.      Branding       Do I need to include…
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Hot Town, Summer in the City or How the Fire Hydrant Became a New York Icon

July 1, 2020 Watching sprinklers go up on lawns as so many families prepare to celebrate this 4th of July at home with neighbors set us reminiscing. As temperatures soar in New York, hydrants across the city flow freely. Although not entirely legal, with the city’s public pools remaining limited in number, it is generally…
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