Incredibly Microsoft had $136.636 billion in cash and equivalents on 30 September 2019. Moreover, Microsoft’s cash and equivalents grew from $133.819 billion on 30 June 2019. Thus, Microsoft is an incredibly cash-rich company that could make some big acquisitions if Satya Nadella wishes.
ClearPoll hopes to solve this problem by paying poll respondents in its POLL ERC20 (Ethereum Request for Comment) tokens. In addition, ClearPoll hopes to keep polls private with a four digit personal identification number (PIN) code.
Some Amazon customers can pay utility bills using Amazon Pay with the help of fintech firm Paymentus’s Instant Payment Network (IPN), MarketWatch reports. Amazon claims customers in 95% of US ZIP codes could pay utility bills with Amazon Pay by 2020. Paymentus is a privately held fintech company that operates a bill pay service for PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL). The fintech market growing fast, Stockrow reports PayPal’s revenues grew by 18.87% in the quarter ending on 30 September 2019.
I think Ripple (XRP) could lead the mass adoption of cryptocurrency because it offers products real people in the real world could use.
The goal at Sologenic is to launch a blockchain platform where anybody can tokenize and trade stocks or exchange-traded funds (ETF) instantly.
The fintech boom may have peaked in 2018 when upstart tech firms in this space raised a historic amount of capital investment, but the revolution began long before that.
As of August 28, 2019, there are 2,338 cryptocurrencies in the world. In comparison, the number of fiat currencies considered as legal tender is no greater than the list of countries recognized by the United Nations, which is 195.
Plus, the MIL Coin AI could enforce Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Mining Laundering (AML) regulations by verifying customers and transactions. Hence, big banks and credit companies could pay a lot of money for such an AI.
There is proof Andrew Yang is now a major presidential candidate. The American pundit class has launched an all out attack on Yang.
Libra’s experiences justify DASH’s below the radar strategy. DASH does not deal with all the political pressure and media hysteria that could cripple Libra.
The revenue shrinkage at Tiffany’s is odd, because its customer base; rich people, is growing.
I think Ross Stores will have a hard time competing with 21st Century America’s favorite department store, Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN).