America is on the brink of a depression that could last for decades. History shows the Coronavirus Depression could last for a decade or longer. Data reveals the Coronavirus Depression…
A federal agency says you can now keep cryptocurrency in American banks. However, US banks cannot create or issue cryptocurrency. Nor can you keep cryptocurrency in a federally insured bank…
Lemonade’s killer app is an artificial intelligence (AI) that could process claims seamlessly and instantly online. Theoretically, Lemonade’s killer app could pay your claim at the touch of an app.
I think the ultimate goal at Compound is to create a blockchain product that functions like a bank account. For example, Compound could help stablecoins pay interest.
July 31, 2020 – the date on which the Cares Act $600 a week unemployment insurance payment ends. August 1, 2020 - the date on which angry mobs could start gathering on Capitol Hill and at Congressional offices.
Hence, Dreher and Weinstein’s claims that the events unfolding in America’s streets are the beginnings of a revolution hold some truth. The so-called protesters are acting like revolutionaries.
Washington was far from perfect, but his successful career has some important lessons for today’s entrepreneurs and leaders. Some lessons Washington can teach us include:
Hence, America just demonstrated that Basic Income works and alleviates poverty. Given these results, I think a scheme such as failed presidential candidate Andrew Yang’s (D-New York) Freedom Dividend could lead to great prosperity in America.
Hypocritically, the NFL could turn its games into a BLM pep rally.
The SEC, however, alleged TON was a scheme to evade federal securities laws in an October 11, 2019 complaint. In the complaint, the SEC asked the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York for an injunction blocking the Grams sale.
Tesla has no experience in rideshare. Tesla is a successful manufacturer, but it has no experience marketing or delivering a service such as rideshare.
A probable outcome is that tourism could return to what it was in the 1930s, an activity of the rich. To explain, wealthy people and diehard adventurers will travel, but ordinary individuals will stay put.