Compare it to a public ledger Although blockchain may seem complex, its core concept is actually quite simple. Blockchains serve as a form of a database. First, we need to explain what a database is in order to understand blockchain. Database /ˈdeɪtəbeɪs/ Noun a structured set of data held in a computer, especially one that […]Read More Blockchain, unenigmated .
NFTs (non-fungible tokens) appear to have exploded in popularity this year. Digital assets ranging from art and music to tacos and toilet paper are selling like 17th-century exotic Dutch tulips — some for millions of dollars.What is the value of NFTs? Unlike the dot-com bubble or Beanie Babies, they are considered a bubble that could […]Read More NFT’S ERA
Hundreds of supporters of Donald Trump came into the US Capitol on Tuesday, six months after they overpowered police barriers and streamed into the building, forcing lawmakers, staffers, and journalists to take cover. There is no indication that the investigation will end soon. Since the riots, every week a new arrest has been unsealed in […]Read More Six months have passed since prosecutors began pursuing Capitol Mob. Here are the current developments.
Saving $2 million for retirement starts with determining whether that’s a good number to aim for, based on what you plan to spend in retirement. Your retirement withdrawal rate can be calculated by estimating your expenditures from year to year, which is accomplished by creating a hypothetical retirement budgetRead More HOW TO MAKE 2 MILLION $ FOR RETIREMENT
Similar to its FAANG peers, Apple (AAPL) stock saw a gigantic and unforeseen lift in 2020, because of the COVID-19 flare-up. As the stock is exchanging sideways so far in 2021, what’s next for the innovation Goliath’s offers. We can’t depend on a rehash of last year’s shocking financial exchange execution. Future gets back from […]Read More Apple Stock Continues to Pivot from Growth Story to Defensive Play
According to its original draft, the Voting Rights Act specifically prohibited intentional discrimination. The Supreme Court ruled in City of Mobile v. Bolden that Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act prohibited only “the purposefully discriminatory denial or abridgement of the freedom to vote” by the government, so Congress amended the language of Section 2 to prohibit practices that “result ” in the “denial or abridgment” of the right to vote.Read More Why Biden’s DOJ Insists Georgia’s Photo ID Requirement Is Racist Under The Voting Rights Act
The price hikes for rental cars, airline tickets, and uncooked beef roasts are making economists and consumers wonder if we’re during an inflationary period. Whether these price hikes are just a temporary blip because of a supply and demand mismatch resulting from the pandemic or a sign of inflation, an uptick in prices that continues […]Read More Brace yourself, inflation could create a ‘giant wealth transfer’ from lenders to borrowers