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Facebook said it has linked with 28 partners to form Libra Association, a Geneva-based entity governing its new digital coin, which it will launch in the first half of 2020, marketing materials and interviews with executives show. Facebook also created Calibra, a subsidiary which will offer digital wallets connected to messaging platforms Messenger and WhatsApp to save, send and spend Libras, which will be backed by government-backed assets. RBC Capital Markets believes Facebook has a “crypto opportunity,” explaining in a note to investors the firm’s high expectation for the tech giant’s coming cryptocurrency announcement. “We believe this may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company to unlock new engagement and revenue streams,” RBC analysts Mark Mahaney and Zachary Schwartzman said. “We believe Facebook will use crypto to facilitate a platform for: 1) Payments; 2) Commerce; and 3) Applications & Gaming,” Mahaney and Schwartzman said. The name "Libra" was inspired by Roman weight measurements, the astrological sign for justice and the French word for freedom, said David Marcus, a former PayPal executive who heads the project for Facebook. "Freedom, justice and money, which is exactly what we're trying to do here," Marcus added. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 7 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook said it has linked with 28 partners to form Libra Association, a Geneva-based entity governing its new digital coin, which it will launch in the first half of 2020, marketing materials and interviews with executives show. Facebook also created Calibra, a subsidiary which will offer digital wallets connected to messaging platforms Messenger and WhatsApp to save, send and spend Libras, which will be backed by government-backed assets. RBC Capital Markets believes Facebook has a “crypto opportunity,” explaining in a note to investors the firm’s high expectation for the tech giant’s coming cryptocurrency announcement. “We believe this may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company to unlock new engagement and revenue streams,” RBC analysts Mark Mahaney and Zachary Schwartzman said. “We believe Facebook will use crypto to facilitate a platform for: 1) Payments; 2) Commerce; and 3) Applications & Gaming,” Mahaney and Schwartzman said. The name "Libra" was inspired by Roman weight measurements, the astrological sign for justice and the French word for freedom, said David Marcus, a former PayPal executive who heads the project for Facebook. "Freedom, justice and money, which is exactly what we're trying to do here," Marcus added. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 8 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook said it has linked with 28 partners to form Libra Association, a Geneva-based entity governing its new digital coin, which it will launch in the first half of 2020, marketing materials and interviews with executives show. Facebook also created Calibra, a subsidiary which will offer digital wallets connected to messaging platforms Messenger and WhatsApp to save, send and spend Libras, which will be backed by government-backed assets. RBC Capital Markets believes Facebook has a “crypto opportunity,” explaining in a note to investors the firm’s high expectation for the tech giant’s coming cryptocurrency announcement. “We believe this may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company to unlock new engagement and revenue streams,” RBC analysts Mark Mahaney and Zachary Schwartzman said. “We believe Facebook will use crypto to facilitate a platform for: 1) Payments; 2) Commerce; and 3) Applications & Gaming,” Mahaney and Schwartzman said. The name "Libra" was inspired by Roman weight measurements, the astrological sign for justice and the French word for freedom, said David Marcus, a former PayPal executive who heads the project for Facebook. "Freedom, justice and money, which is exactly what we're trying to do here," Marcus added. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 9 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook said it has linked with 28 partners to form Libra Association, a Geneva-based entity governing its new digital coin, which it will launch in the first half of 2020, marketing materials and interviews with executives show. Facebook also created Calibra, a subsidiary which will offer digital wallets connected to messaging platforms Messenger and WhatsApp to save, send and spend Libras, which will be backed by government-backed assets. RBC Capital Markets believes Facebook has a “crypto opportunity,” explaining in a note to investors the firm’s high expectation for the tech giant’s coming cryptocurrency announcement. “We believe this may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company to unlock new engagement and revenue streams,” RBC analysts Mark Mahaney and Zachary Schwartzman said. “We believe Facebook will use crypto to facilitate a platform for: 1) Payments; 2) Commerce; and 3) Applications & Gaming,” Mahaney and Schwartzman said. The name "Libra" was inspired by Roman weight measurements, the astrological sign for justice and the French word for freedom, said David Marcus, a former PayPal executive who heads the project for Facebook. "Freedom, justice and money, which is exactly what we're trying to do here," Marcus added. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 4 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook said it has linked with 28 partners to form Libra Association, a Geneva-based entity governing its new digital coin, which it will launch in the first half of 2020, marketing materials and interviews with executives show. Facebook also created Calibra, a subsidiary which will offer digital wallets connected to messaging platforms Messenger and WhatsApp to save, send and spend Libras, which will be backed by government-backed assets. RBC Capital Markets believes Facebook has a “crypto opportunity,” explaining in a note to investors the firm’s high expectation for the tech giant’s coming cryptocurrency announcement. “We believe this may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company to unlock new engagement and revenue streams,” RBC analysts Mark Mahaney and Zachary Schwartzman said. “We believe Facebook will use crypto to facilitate a platform for: 1) Payments; 2) Commerce; and 3) Applications & Gaming,” Mahaney and Schwartzman said. The name "Libra" was inspired by Roman weight measurements, the astrological sign for justice and the French word for freedom, said David Marcus, a former PayPal executive who heads the project for Facebook. "Freedom, justice and money, which is exactly what we're trying to do here," Marcus added. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 5 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook said it has linked with 28 partners to form Libra Association, a Geneva-based entity governing its new digital coin, which it will launch in the first half of 2020, marketing materials and interviews with executives show. Facebook also created Calibra, a subsidiary which will offer digital wallets connected to messaging platforms Messenger and WhatsApp to save, send and spend Libras, which will be backed by government-backed assets. RBC Capital Markets believes Facebook has a “crypto opportunity,” explaining in a note to investors the firm’s high expectation for the tech giant’s coming cryptocurrency announcement. “We believe this may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company to unlock new engagement and revenue streams,” RBC analysts Mark Mahaney and Zachary Schwartzman said. “We believe Facebook will use crypto to facilitate a platform for: 1) Payments; 2) Commerce; and 3) Applications & Gaming,” Mahaney and Schwartzman said. The name "Libra" was inspired by Roman weight measurements, the astrological sign for justice and the French word for freedom, said David Marcus, a former PayPal executive who heads the project for Facebook. "Freedom, justice and money, which is exactly what we're trying to do here," Marcus added. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 6 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook said it has linked with 28 partners to form Libra Association, a Geneva-based entity governing its new digital coin, which it will launch in the first half of 2020, marketing materials and interviews with executives show. Facebook also created Calibra, a subsidiary which will offer digital wallets connected to messaging platforms Messenger and WhatsApp to save, send and spend Libras, which will be backed by government-backed assets. RBC Capital Markets believes Facebook has a “crypto opportunity,” explaining in a note to investors the firm’s high expectation for the tech giant’s coming cryptocurrency announcement. “We believe this may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company to unlock new engagement and revenue streams,” RBC analysts Mark Mahaney and Zachary Schwartzman said. “We believe Facebook will use crypto to facilitate a platform for: 1) Payments; 2) Commerce; and 3) Applications & Gaming,” Mahaney and Schwartzman said. The name "Libra" was inspired by Roman weight measurements, the astrological sign for justice and the French word for freedom, said David Marcus, a former PayPal executive who heads the project for Facebook. "Freedom, justice and money, which is exactly what we're trying to do here," Marcus added. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 1 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook said it has linked with 28 partners to form Libra Association, a Geneva-based entity governing its new digital coin, which it will launch in the first half of 2020, marketing materials and interviews with executives show. Facebook also created Calibra, a subsidiary which will offer digital wallets connected to messaging platforms Messenger and WhatsApp to save, send and spend Libras, which will be backed by government-backed assets. RBC Capital Markets believes Facebook has a “crypto opportunity,” explaining in a note to investors the firm’s high expectation for the tech giant’s coming cryptocurrency announcement. “We believe this may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company to unlock new engagement and revenue streams,” RBC analysts Mark Mahaney and Zachary Schwartzman said. “We believe Facebook will use crypto to facilitate a platform for: 1) Payments; 2) Commerce; and 3) Applications & Gaming,” Mahaney and Schwartzman said. The name "Libra" was inspired by Roman weight measurements, the astrological sign for justice and the French word for freedom, said David Marcus, a former PayPal executive who heads the project for Facebook. "Freedom, justice and money, which is exactly what we're trying to do here," Marcus added. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 2 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook said it has linked with 28 partners to form Libra Association, a Geneva-based entity governing its new digital coin, which it will launch in the first half of 2020, marketing materials and interviews with executives show. Facebook also created Calibra, a subsidiary which will offer digital wallets connected to messaging platforms Messenger and WhatsApp to save, send and spend Libras, which will be backed by government-backed assets. RBC Capital Markets believes Facebook has a “crypto opportunity,” explaining in a note to investors the firm’s high expectation for the tech giant’s coming cryptocurrency announcement. “We believe this may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company to unlock new engagement and revenue streams,” RBC analysts Mark Mahaney and Zachary Schwartzman said. “We believe Facebook will use crypto to facilitate a platform for: 1) Payments; 2) Commerce; and 3) Applications & Gaming,” Mahaney and Schwartzman said. The name "Libra" was inspired by Roman weight measurements, the astrological sign for justice and the French word for freedom, said David Marcus, a former PayPal executive who heads the project for Facebook. "Freedom, justice and money, which is exactly what we're trying to do here," Marcus added. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 3 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
This shot was taken a few days ago. My progress on this piece is much farther along at this point. This painting is taking some time and becoming a very fun challenge!! I’m not very familiar with painting people yet, I think this is the fourth one I’ve painted. 🎨 It’s also my largest piece so I’m taking my time to get the right proportions. I sort of did a grid but it’s not my style. I usually just dive right in and course correct as I go! ✌🏼✨ Share your Instagram page with me and I’ll comment on some of your artwork!! 💚 #jennystixart #jennystixartxstyle #artistsofcalifornia #costamesaart #costamesaartwalk #rawartist #ackermansacrossamerica #bohohippiechicstyle #jeansandatshirtkindagirl #tomboystyle #creativevibes #creativewomen #womenindesign #ladieswhopaint #creativeinfluencer #sparkcreativity #speakthroughartandfashion #fashionandarts #musicianswife #creativelifestyle #gigeconomy #sidehustlelife #creativelifestyleblog #artblogger #phish #phanart #patternart #phishchicks
Facebook shares gained Tuesday after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currencycalled Libra. Facebook is the leader of a group of companies and organizations that is building Libra. The cryptocurrency is expected to launch in the first half of next year. Facebook's stock climbed 1.2% Tuesday morning from Monday's close of $189.01 a share. Wall Street analysts have been bullish on the announcement, saying the cryptocurrency could revolutionize Facebook's digital businesses. SunTrust's social media analyst wrote that Libra "has the potential of putting the company front and center in areas beyond advertising," while RBC analysts said it "may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company." Facebook plans to profit from Libra through its new subsidiary Calibra, which will create a digital wallet to store and exchange the cryptocurrency. One key use Facebook touts for Calibra is cross-border payments, also known as remittances. Instead of paying banks fees to transfer money from one country to another, Calibra will allow people to transfer funds between local currencies and Libra. Additionally, with this launch, "Facebook has its eyes set on becoming the world's leading e-commerce platform as well," analysts with Moffett Nathanson said in a note. The e-commerce opportunity for Facebook comes through its steadily advancing users' ability to buy and sell directly on the company's platform. Libra is another step in the plan CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out recently to expand Facebook's e-commerce offerings. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 13 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Facebook shares gained Tuesday after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currencycalled Libra. Facebook is the leader of a group of companies and organizations that is building Libra. The cryptocurrency is expected to launch in the first half of next year. Facebook's stock climbed 1.2% Tuesday morning from Monday's close of $189.01 a share. Wall Street analysts have been bullish on the announcement, saying the cryptocurrency could revolutionize Facebook's digital businesses. SunTrust's social media analyst wrote that Libra "has the potential of putting the company front and center in areas beyond advertising," while RBC analysts said it "may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company." Facebook plans to profit from Libra through its new subsidiary Calibra, which will create a digital wallet to store and exchange the cryptocurrency. One key use Facebook touts for Calibra is cross-border payments, also known as remittances. Instead of paying banks fees to transfer money from one country to another, Calibra will allow people to transfer funds between local currencies and Libra. Additionally, with this launch, "Facebook has its eyes set on becoming the world's leading e-commerce platform as well," analysts with Moffett Nathanson said in a note. The e-commerce opportunity for Facebook comes through its steadily advancing users' ability to buy and sell directly on the company's platform. Libra is another step in the plan CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out recently to expand Facebook's e-commerce offerings. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 14 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Facebook shares gained Tuesday after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currencycalled Libra. Facebook is the leader of a group of companies and organizations that is building Libra. The cryptocurrency is expected to launch in the first half of next year. Facebook's stock climbed 1.2% Tuesday morning from Monday's close of $189.01 a share. Wall Street analysts have been bullish on the announcement, saying the cryptocurrency could revolutionize Facebook's digital businesses. SunTrust's social media analyst wrote that Libra "has the potential of putting the company front and center in areas beyond advertising," while RBC analysts said it "may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company." Facebook plans to profit from Libra through its new subsidiary Calibra, which will create a digital wallet to store and exchange the cryptocurrency. One key use Facebook touts for Calibra is cross-border payments, also known as remittances. Instead of paying banks fees to transfer money from one country to another, Calibra will allow people to transfer funds between local currencies and Libra. Additionally, with this launch, "Facebook has its eyes set on becoming the world's leading e-commerce platform as well," analysts with Moffett Nathanson said in a note. The e-commerce opportunity for Facebook comes through its steadily advancing users' ability to buy and sell directly on the company's platform. Libra is another step in the plan CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out recently to expand Facebook's e-commerce offerings. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 15 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Facebook shares gained Tuesday after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currencycalled Libra. Facebook is the leader of a group of companies and organizations that is building Libra. The cryptocurrency is expected to launch in the first half of next year. Facebook's stock climbed 1.2% Tuesday morning from Monday's close of $189.01 a share. Wall Street analysts have been bullish on the announcement, saying the cryptocurrency could revolutionize Facebook's digital businesses. SunTrust's social media analyst wrote that Libra "has the potential of putting the company front and center in areas beyond advertising," while RBC analysts said it "may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company." Facebook plans to profit from Libra through its new subsidiary Calibra, which will create a digital wallet to store and exchange the cryptocurrency. One key use Facebook touts for Calibra is cross-border payments, also known as remittances. Instead of paying banks fees to transfer money from one country to another, Calibra will allow people to transfer funds between local currencies and Libra. Additionally, with this launch, "Facebook has its eyes set on becoming the world's leading e-commerce platform as well," analysts with Moffett Nathanson said in a note. The e-commerce opportunity for Facebook comes through its steadily advancing users' ability to buy and sell directly on the company's platform. Libra is another step in the plan CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out recently to expand Facebook's e-commerce offerings. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 10 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Facebook shares gained Tuesday after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currencycalled Libra. Facebook is the leader of a group of companies and organizations that is building Libra. The cryptocurrency is expected to launch in the first half of next year. Facebook's stock climbed 1.2% Tuesday morning from Monday's close of $189.01 a share. Wall Street analysts have been bullish on the announcement, saying the cryptocurrency could revolutionize Facebook's digital businesses. SunTrust's social media analyst wrote that Libra "has the potential of putting the company front and center in areas beyond advertising," while RBC analysts said it "may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company." Facebook plans to profit from Libra through its new subsidiary Calibra, which will create a digital wallet to store and exchange the cryptocurrency. One key use Facebook touts for Calibra is cross-border payments, also known as remittances. Instead of paying banks fees to transfer money from one country to another, Calibra will allow people to transfer funds between local currencies and Libra. Additionally, with this launch, "Facebook has its eyes set on becoming the world's leading e-commerce platform as well," analysts with Moffett Nathanson said in a note. The e-commerce opportunity for Facebook comes through its steadily advancing users' ability to buy and sell directly on the company's platform. Libra is another step in the plan CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out recently to expand Facebook's e-commerce offerings. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 11 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Facebook shares gained Tuesday after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currencycalled Libra. Facebook is the leader of a group of companies and organizations that is building Libra. The cryptocurrency is expected to launch in the first half of next year. Facebook's stock climbed 1.2% Tuesday morning from Monday's close of $189.01 a share. Wall Street analysts have been bullish on the announcement, saying the cryptocurrency could revolutionize Facebook's digital businesses. SunTrust's social media analyst wrote that Libra "has the potential of putting the company front and center in areas beyond advertising," while RBC analysts said it "may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company." Facebook plans to profit from Libra through its new subsidiary Calibra, which will create a digital wallet to store and exchange the cryptocurrency. One key use Facebook touts for Calibra is cross-border payments, also known as remittances. Instead of paying banks fees to transfer money from one country to another, Calibra will allow people to transfer funds between local currencies and Libra. Additionally, with this launch, "Facebook has its eyes set on becoming the world's leading e-commerce platform as well," analysts with Moffett Nathanson said in a note. The e-commerce opportunity for Facebook comes through its steadily advancing users' ability to buy and sell directly on the company's platform. Libra is another step in the plan CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out recently to expand Facebook's e-commerce offerings. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 12 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Facebook shares gained Tuesday after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currencycalled Libra. Facebook is the leader of a group of companies and organizations that is building Libra. The cryptocurrency is expected to launch in the first half of next year. Facebook's stock climbed 1.2% Tuesday morning from Monday's close of $189.01 a share. Wall Street analysts have been bullish on the announcement, saying the cryptocurrency could revolutionize Facebook's digital businesses. SunTrust's social media analyst wrote that Libra "has the potential of putting the company front and center in areas beyond advertising," while RBC analysts said it "may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company." Facebook plans to profit from Libra through its new subsidiary Calibra, which will create a digital wallet to store and exchange the cryptocurrency. One key use Facebook touts for Calibra is cross-border payments, also known as remittances. Instead of paying banks fees to transfer money from one country to another, Calibra will allow people to transfer funds between local currencies and Libra. Additionally, with this launch, "Facebook has its eyes set on becoming the world's leading e-commerce platform as well," analysts with Moffett Nathanson said in a note. The e-commerce opportunity for Facebook comes through its steadily advancing users' ability to buy and sell directly on the company's platform. Libra is another step in the plan CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out recently to expand Facebook's e-commerce offerings. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 7 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Facebook shares gained Tuesday after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currencycalled Libra. Facebook is the leader of a group of companies and organizations that is building Libra. The cryptocurrency is expected to launch in the first half of next year. Facebook's stock climbed 1.2% Tuesday morning from Monday's close of $189.01 a share. Wall Street analysts have been bullish on the announcement, saying the cryptocurrency could revolutionize Facebook's digital businesses. SunTrust's social media analyst wrote that Libra "has the potential of putting the company front and center in areas beyond advertising," while RBC analysts said it "may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company." Facebook plans to profit from Libra through its new subsidiary Calibra, which will create a digital wallet to store and exchange the cryptocurrency. One key use Facebook touts for Calibra is cross-border payments, also known as remittances. Instead of paying banks fees to transfer money from one country to another, Calibra will allow people to transfer funds between local currencies and Libra. Additionally, with this launch, "Facebook has its eyes set on becoming the world's leading e-commerce platform as well," analysts with Moffett Nathanson said in a note. The e-commerce opportunity for Facebook comes through its steadily advancing users' ability to buy and sell directly on the company's platform. Libra is another step in the plan CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out recently to expand Facebook's e-commerce offerings. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 8 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Facebook shares gained Tuesday after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currencycalled Libra. Facebook is the leader of a group of companies and organizations that is building Libra. The cryptocurrency is expected to launch in the first half of next year. Facebook's stock climbed 1.2% Tuesday morning from Monday's close of $189.01 a share. Wall Street analysts have been bullish on the announcement, saying the cryptocurrency could revolutionize Facebook's digital businesses. SunTrust's social media analyst wrote that Libra "has the potential of putting the company front and center in areas beyond advertising," while RBC analysts said it "may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company." Facebook plans to profit from Libra through its new subsidiary Calibra, which will create a digital wallet to store and exchange the cryptocurrency. One key use Facebook touts for Calibra is cross-border payments, also known as remittances. Instead of paying banks fees to transfer money from one country to another, Calibra will allow people to transfer funds between local currencies and Libra. Additionally, with this launch, "Facebook has its eyes set on becoming the world's leading e-commerce platform as well," analysts with Moffett Nathanson said in a note. The e-commerce opportunity for Facebook comes through its steadily advancing users' ability to buy and sell directly on the company's platform. Libra is another step in the plan CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out recently to expand Facebook's e-commerce offerings. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 9 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Facebook shares gained Tuesday after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currencycalled Libra. Facebook is the leader of a group of companies and organizations that is building Libra. The cryptocurrency is expected to launch in the first half of next year. Facebook's stock climbed 1.2% Tuesday morning from Monday's close of $189.01 a share. Wall Street analysts have been bullish on the announcement, saying the cryptocurrency could revolutionize Facebook's digital businesses. SunTrust's social media analyst wrote that Libra "has the potential of putting the company front and center in areas beyond advertising," while RBC analysts said it "may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company." Facebook plans to profit from Libra through its new subsidiary Calibra, which will create a digital wallet to store and exchange the cryptocurrency. One key use Facebook touts for Calibra is cross-border payments, also known as remittances. Instead of paying banks fees to transfer money from one country to another, Calibra will allow people to transfer funds between local currencies and Libra. Additionally, with this launch, "Facebook has its eyes set on becoming the world's leading e-commerce platform as well," analysts with Moffett Nathanson said in a note. The e-commerce opportunity for Facebook comes through its steadily advancing users' ability to buy and sell directly on the company's platform. Libra is another step in the plan CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out recently to expand Facebook's e-commerce offerings. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 4 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Facebook shares gained Tuesday after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currencycalled Libra. Facebook is the leader of a group of companies and organizations that is building Libra. The cryptocurrency is expected to launch in the first half of next year. Facebook's stock climbed 1.2% Tuesday morning from Monday's close of $189.01 a share. Wall Street analysts have been bullish on the announcement, saying the cryptocurrency could revolutionize Facebook's digital businesses. SunTrust's social media analyst wrote that Libra "has the potential of putting the company front and center in areas beyond advertising," while RBC analysts said it "may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company." Facebook plans to profit from Libra through its new subsidiary Calibra, which will create a digital wallet to store and exchange the cryptocurrency. One key use Facebook touts for Calibra is cross-border payments, also known as remittances. Instead of paying banks fees to transfer money from one country to another, Calibra will allow people to transfer funds between local currencies and Libra. Additionally, with this launch, "Facebook has its eyes set on becoming the world's leading e-commerce platform as well," analysts with Moffett Nathanson said in a note. The e-commerce opportunity for Facebook comes through its steadily advancing users' ability to buy and sell directly on the company's platform. Libra is another step in the plan CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out recently to expand Facebook's e-commerce offerings. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 5 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Facebook shares gained Tuesday after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currencycalled Libra. Facebook is the leader of a group of companies and organizations that is building Libra. The cryptocurrency is expected to launch in the first half of next year. Facebook's stock climbed 1.2% Tuesday morning from Monday's close of $189.01 a share. Wall Street analysts have been bullish on the announcement, saying the cryptocurrency could revolutionize Facebook's digital businesses. SunTrust's social media analyst wrote that Libra "has the potential of putting the company front and center in areas beyond advertising," while RBC analysts said it "may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company." Facebook plans to profit from Libra through its new subsidiary Calibra, which will create a digital wallet to store and exchange the cryptocurrency. One key use Facebook touts for Calibra is cross-border payments, also known as remittances. Instead of paying banks fees to transfer money from one country to another, Calibra will allow people to transfer funds between local currencies and Libra. Additionally, with this launch, "Facebook has its eyes set on becoming the world's leading e-commerce platform as well," analysts with Moffett Nathanson said in a note. The e-commerce opportunity for Facebook comes through its steadily advancing users' ability to buy and sell directly on the company's platform. Libra is another step in the plan CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out recently to expand Facebook's e-commerce offerings. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 6 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Facebook shares gained Tuesday after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currencycalled Libra. Facebook is the leader of a group of companies and organizations that is building Libra. The cryptocurrency is expected to launch in the first half of next year. Facebook's stock climbed 1.2% Tuesday morning from Monday's close of $189.01 a share. Wall Street analysts have been bullish on the announcement, saying the cryptocurrency could revolutionize Facebook's digital businesses. SunTrust's social media analyst wrote that Libra "has the potential of putting the company front and center in areas beyond advertising," while RBC analysts said it "may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company." Facebook plans to profit from Libra through its new subsidiary Calibra, which will create a digital wallet to store and exchange the cryptocurrency. One key use Facebook touts for Calibra is cross-border payments, also known as remittances. Instead of paying banks fees to transfer money from one country to another, Calibra will allow people to transfer funds between local currencies and Libra. Additionally, with this launch, "Facebook has its eyes set on becoming the world's leading e-commerce platform as well," analysts with Moffett Nathanson said in a note. The e-commerce opportunity for Facebook comes through its steadily advancing users' ability to buy and sell directly on the company's platform. Libra is another step in the plan CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out recently to expand Facebook's e-commerce offerings. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 1 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Facebook shares gained Tuesday after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currencycalled Libra. Facebook is the leader of a group of companies and organizations that is building Libra. The cryptocurrency is expected to launch in the first half of next year. Facebook's stock climbed 1.2% Tuesday morning from Monday's close of $189.01 a share. Wall Street analysts have been bullish on the announcement, saying the cryptocurrency could revolutionize Facebook's digital businesses. SunTrust's social media analyst wrote that Libra "has the potential of putting the company front and center in areas beyond advertising," while RBC analysts said it "may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company." Facebook plans to profit from Libra through its new subsidiary Calibra, which will create a digital wallet to store and exchange the cryptocurrency. One key use Facebook touts for Calibra is cross-border payments, also known as remittances. Instead of paying banks fees to transfer money from one country to another, Calibra will allow people to transfer funds between local currencies and Libra. Additionally, with this launch, "Facebook has its eyes set on becoming the world's leading e-commerce platform as well," analysts with Moffett Nathanson said in a note. The e-commerce opportunity for Facebook comes through its steadily advancing users' ability to buy and sell directly on the company's platform. Libra is another step in the plan CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out recently to expand Facebook's e-commerce offerings. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 2 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Facebook shares gained Tuesday after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currencycalled Libra. Facebook is the leader of a group of companies and organizations that is building Libra. The cryptocurrency is expected to launch in the first half of next year. Facebook's stock climbed 1.2% Tuesday morning from Monday's close of $189.01 a share. Wall Street analysts have been bullish on the announcement, saying the cryptocurrency could revolutionize Facebook's digital businesses. SunTrust's social media analyst wrote that Libra "has the potential of putting the company front and center in areas beyond advertising," while RBC analysts said it "may prove to be one of the most important initiatives in the history of the company." Facebook plans to profit from Libra through its new subsidiary Calibra, which will create a digital wallet to store and exchange the cryptocurrency. One key use Facebook touts for Calibra is cross-border payments, also known as remittances. Instead of paying banks fees to transfer money from one country to another, Calibra will allow people to transfer funds between local currencies and Libra. Additionally, with this launch, "Facebook has its eyes set on becoming the world's leading e-commerce platform as well," analysts with Moffett Nathanson said in a note. The e-commerce opportunity for Facebook comes through its steadily advancing users' ability to buy and sell directly on the company's platform. Libra is another step in the plan CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out recently to expand Facebook's e-commerce offerings. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 3 #crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
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Mark Zuckerberg is about to become the head of a very big bank based in Switzerland. Libra is Facebooks’ new cryptocurrency. Facebook set up Libra Networks in Geneva several weeks ago. Libra is the social network's internal project name for the digital currency. The Swiss company would focus on developing the software and hardware for currency-related functions like payments, Blockchain, analytics, big data and identity management. Imagine sitting in a room thinking about what else you can sell to your 2.4bn people (including some bots) backed by a $1bn in guarantees from companies as wide as Paypal, Mastercard and Uber. This has the opportunity to severely disrupt existing financial transactions markets but also the deeper psychology of trust of our collective financial systems, collective expectations for what currency can and should do and also our personal relationships. For example, please pay me to socially post positive things about you. Just drop me some Libra. Research last year told us that 28% of major companies (like Facebook) are sucking up over 7% of all the economic, brand value and process changes from the way they are digitally transforming themselves. If these companies sustain this leadership for three more year’s they will have sucked out over 50% of all growth in their segments. They will be bigger, far more valuable, more dynamic and even more set up for success than before. The one scary fact we found was that they will also be far more confident (65% more) to go and do very new things in their sector. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 4 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Mark Zuckerberg is about to become the head of a very big bank based in Switzerland. Libra is Facebooks’ new cryptocurrency. Facebook set up Libra Networks in Geneva several weeks ago. Libra is the social network's internal project name for the digital currency. The Swiss company would focus on developing the software and hardware for currency-related functions like payments, Blockchain, analytics, big data and identity management. Imagine sitting in a room thinking about what else you can sell to your 2.4bn people (including some bots) backed by a $1bn in guarantees from companies as wide as Paypal, Mastercard and Uber. This has the opportunity to severely disrupt existing financial transactions markets but also the deeper psychology of trust of our collective financial systems, collective expectations for what currency can and should do and also our personal relationships. For example, please pay me to socially post positive things about you. Just drop me some Libra. Research last year told us that 28% of major companies (like Facebook) are sucking up over 7% of all the economic, brand value and process changes from the way they are digitally transforming themselves. If these companies sustain this leadership for three more year’s they will have sucked out over 50% of all growth in their segments. They will be bigger, far more valuable, more dynamic and even more set up for success than before. The one scary fact we found was that they will also be far more confident (65% more) to go and do very new things in their sector. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 5 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Mark Zuckerberg is about to become the head of a very big bank based in Switzerland. Libra is Facebooks’ new cryptocurrency. Facebook set up Libra Networks in Geneva several weeks ago. Libra is the social network's internal project name for the digital currency. The Swiss company would focus on developing the software and hardware for currency-related functions like payments, Blockchain, analytics, big data and identity management. Imagine sitting in a room thinking about what else you can sell to your 2.4bn people (including some bots) backed by a $1bn in guarantees from companies as wide as Paypal, Mastercard and Uber. This has the opportunity to severely disrupt existing financial transactions markets but also the deeper psychology of trust of our collective financial systems, collective expectations for what currency can and should do and also our personal relationships. For example, please pay me to socially post positive things about you. Just drop me some Libra. Research last year told us that 28% of major companies (like Facebook) are sucking up over 7% of all the economic, brand value and process changes from the way they are digitally transforming themselves. If these companies sustain this leadership for three more year’s they will have sucked out over 50% of all growth in their segments. They will be bigger, far more valuable, more dynamic and even more set up for success than before. The one scary fact we found was that they will also be far more confident (65% more) to go and do very new things in their sector. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 6 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Mark Zuckerberg is about to become the head of a very big bank based in Switzerland. Libra is Facebooks’ new cryptocurrency. Facebook set up Libra Networks in Geneva several weeks ago. Libra is the social network's internal project name for the digital currency. The Swiss company would focus on developing the software and hardware for currency-related functions like payments, Blockchain, analytics, big data and identity management. Imagine sitting in a room thinking about what else you can sell to your 2.4bn people (including some bots) backed by a $1bn in guarantees from companies as wide as Paypal, Mastercard and Uber. This has the opportunity to severely disrupt existing financial transactions markets but also the deeper psychology of trust of our collective financial systems, collective expectations for what currency can and should do and also our personal relationships. For example, please pay me to socially post positive things about you. Just drop me some Libra. Research last year told us that 28% of major companies (like Facebook) are sucking up over 7% of all the economic, brand value and process changes from the way they are digitally transforming themselves. If these companies sustain this leadership for three more year’s they will have sucked out over 50% of all growth in their segments. They will be bigger, far more valuable, more dynamic and even more set up for success than before. The one scary fact we found was that they will also be far more confident (65% more) to go and do very new things in their sector. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 1 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Mark Zuckerberg is about to become the head of a very big bank based in Switzerland. Libra is Facebooks’ new cryptocurrency. Facebook set up Libra Networks in Geneva several weeks ago. Libra is the social network's internal project name for the digital currency. The Swiss company would focus on developing the software and hardware for currency-related functions like payments, Blockchain, analytics, big data and identity management. Imagine sitting in a room thinking about what else you can sell to your 2.4bn people (including some bots) backed by a $1bn in guarantees from companies as wide as Paypal, Mastercard and Uber. This has the opportunity to severely disrupt existing financial transactions markets but also the deeper psychology of trust of our collective financial systems, collective expectations for what currency can and should do and also our personal relationships. For example, please pay me to socially post positive things about you. Just drop me some Libra. Research last year told us that 28% of major companies (like Facebook) are sucking up over 7% of all the economic, brand value and process changes from the way they are digitally transforming themselves. If these companies sustain this leadership for three more year’s they will have sucked out over 50% of all growth in their segments. They will be bigger, far more valuable, more dynamic and even more set up for success than before. The one scary fact we found was that they will also be far more confident (65% more) to go and do very new things in their sector. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 2 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Mark Zuckerberg is about to become the head of a very big bank based in Switzerland. Libra is Facebooks’ new cryptocurrency. Facebook set up Libra Networks in Geneva several weeks ago. Libra is the social network's internal project name for the digital currency. The Swiss company would focus on developing the software and hardware for currency-related functions like payments, Blockchain, analytics, big data and identity management. Imagine sitting in a room thinking about what else you can sell to your 2.4bn people (including some bots) backed by a $1bn in guarantees from companies as wide as Paypal, Mastercard and Uber. This has the opportunity to severely disrupt existing financial transactions markets but also the deeper psychology of trust of our collective financial systems, collective expectations for what currency can and should do and also our personal relationships. For example, please pay me to socially post positive things about you. Just drop me some Libra. Research last year told us that 28% of major companies (like Facebook) are sucking up over 7% of all the economic, brand value and process changes from the way they are digitally transforming themselves. If these companies sustain this leadership for three more year’s they will have sucked out over 50% of all growth in their segments. They will be bigger, far more valuable, more dynamic and even more set up for success than before. The one scary fact we found was that they will also be far more confident (65% more) to go and do very new things in their sector. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 3 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
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History shapes the world around us — from national elections to cultural debates to marches in cities across the country. Confederate monuments are being removed around the country under pressure from those who say they honor a regime that enslaved African-Americans. The pace has increased as critics argue, many Confederate statues were built decades after the Civil War to promote white supremacy. Supporters counter the monuments are simply memorials to ancestors who fought and died protecting their homes. Slavery in the Confederate Constitution: Article IX, Section 4 prohibited any law "denying or impairing the right of property in negro slaves"; sections 1 and 2 prohibited "The importation of negroes of the African race from any foreign country other than the slaveholding States or Territories of the United States of America" and gave the Congress power to prohibit "the introduction of slaves from any State not a member of, or Territory not belonging to, this Confederacy." From 1882-1968, 4,743 lynchings occurred in the United States. Of these people that were lynched 3,446 were black.The blacks lynched accounted for 72.7% of the people lynched. Most of the lynchings that took place happened in the South. A big reason for this was the end of the Civil War. Once black were given their freedom, many people felt that the freed blacks were getting away with too much freedom and felt they needed to be controlled.  Yet many monuments that have been removed, covered up or vandalized in recent days. Monuments and statues about the Confederacy have been an ongoing source of controversy. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 7 #racialmemorialday #racism #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
History shapes the world around us — from national elections to cultural debates to marches in cities across the country. Confederate monuments are being removed around the country under pressure from those who say they honor a regime that enslaved African-Americans. The pace has increased as critics argue, many Confederate statues were built decades after the Civil War to promote white supremacy. Supporters counter the monuments are simply memorials to ancestors who fought and died protecting their homes. Slavery in the Confederate Constitution: Article IX, Section 4 prohibited any law "denying or impairing the right of property in negro slaves"; sections 1 and 2 prohibited "The importation of negroes of the African race from any foreign country other than the slaveholding States or Territories of the United States of America" and gave the Congress power to prohibit "the introduction of slaves from any State not a member of, or Territory not belonging to, this Confederacy." From 1882-1968, 4,743 lynchings occurred in the United States. Of these people that were lynched 3,446 were black.The blacks lynched accounted for 72.7% of the people lynched. Most of the lynchings that took place happened in the South. A big reason for this was the end of the Civil War. Once black were given their freedom, many people felt that the freed blacks were getting away with too much freedom and felt they needed to be controlled.  Yet many monuments that have been removed, covered up or vandalized in recent days. Monuments and statues about the Confederacy have been an ongoing source of controversy. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 8 #racialmemorialday #racism #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
History shapes the world around us — from national elections to cultural debates to marches in cities across the country. Confederate monuments are being removed around the country under pressure from those who say they honor a regime that enslaved African-Americans. The pace has increased as critics argue, many Confederate statues were built decades after the Civil War to promote white supremacy. Supporters counter the monuments are simply memorials to ancestors who fought and died protecting their homes. Slavery in the Confederate Constitution: Article IX, Section 4 prohibited any law "denying or impairing the right of property in negro slaves"; sections 1 and 2 prohibited "The importation of negroes of the African race from any foreign country other than the slaveholding States or Territories of the United States of America" and gave the Congress power to prohibit "the introduction of slaves from any State not a member of, or Territory not belonging to, this Confederacy." From 1882-1968, 4,743 lynchings occurred in the United States. Of these people that were lynched 3,446 were black.The blacks lynched accounted for 72.7% of the people lynched. Most of the lynchings that took place happened in the South. A big reason for this was the end of the Civil War. Once black were given their freedom, many people felt that the freed blacks were getting away with too much freedom and felt they needed to be controlled.  Yet many monuments that have been removed, covered up or vandalized in recent days. Monuments and statues about the Confederacy have been an ongoing source of controversy. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 9 #racialmemorialday #racism #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
History shapes the world around us — from national elections to cultural debates to marches in cities across the country. Confederate monuments are being removed around the country under pressure from those who say they honor a regime that enslaved African-Americans. The pace has increased as critics argue, many Confederate statues were built decades after the Civil War to promote white supremacy. Supporters counter the monuments are simply memorials to ancestors who fought and died protecting their homes. Slavery in the Confederate Constitution: Article IX, Section 4 prohibited any law "denying or impairing the right of property in negro slaves"; sections 1 and 2 prohibited "The importation of negroes of the African race from any foreign country other than the slaveholding States or Territories of the United States of America" and gave the Congress power to prohibit "the introduction of slaves from any State not a member of, or Territory not belonging to, this Confederacy." From 1882-1968, 4,743 lynchings occurred in the United States. Of these people that were lynched 3,446 were black.The blacks lynched accounted for 72.7% of the people lynched. Most of the lynchings that took place happened in the South. A big reason for this was the end of the Civil War. Once black were given their freedom, many people felt that the freed blacks were getting away with too much freedom and felt they needed to be controlled.  Yet many monuments that have been removed, covered up or vandalized in recent days. Monuments and statues about the Confederacy have been an ongoing source of controversy. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 4 #racialmemorialday #racism #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
History shapes the world around us — from national elections to cultural debates to marches in cities across the country. Confederate monuments are being removed around the country under pressure from those who say they honor a regime that enslaved African-Americans. The pace has increased as critics argue, many Confederate statues were built decades after the Civil War to promote white supremacy. Supporters counter the monuments are simply memorials to ancestors who fought and died protecting their homes. Slavery in the Confederate Constitution: Article IX, Section 4 prohibited any law "denying or impairing the right of property in negro slaves"; sections 1 and 2 prohibited "The importation of negroes of the African race from any foreign country other than the slaveholding States or Territories of the United States of America" and gave the Congress power to prohibit "the introduction of slaves from any State not a member of, or Territory not belonging to, this Confederacy." From 1882-1968, 4,743 lynchings occurred in the United States. Of these people that were lynched 3,446 were black.The blacks lynched accounted for 72.7% of the people lynched. Most of the lynchings that took place happened in the South. A big reason for this was the end of the Civil War. Once black were given their freedom, many people felt that the freed blacks were getting away with too much freedom and felt they needed to be controlled.  Yet many monuments that have been removed, covered up or vandalized in recent days. Monuments and statues about the Confederacy have been an ongoing source of controversy. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 5 #racialmemorialday #racism #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
History shapes the world around us — from national elections to cultural debates to marches in cities across the country. Confederate monuments are being removed around the country under pressure from those who say they honor a regime that enslaved African-Americans. The pace has increased as critics argue, many Confederate statues were built decades after the Civil War to promote white supremacy. Supporters counter the monuments are simply memorials to ancestors who fought and died protecting their homes. Slavery in the Confederate Constitution: Article IX, Section 4 prohibited any law "denying or impairing the right of property in negro slaves"; sections 1 and 2 prohibited "The importation of negroes of the African race from any foreign country other than the slaveholding States or Territories of the United States of America" and gave the Congress power to prohibit "the introduction of slaves from any State not a member of, or Territory not belonging to, this Confederacy." From 1882-1968, 4,743 lynchings occurred in the United States. Of these people that were lynched 3,446 were black.The blacks lynched accounted for 72.7% of the people lynched. Most of the lynchings that took place happened in the South. A big reason for this was the end of the Civil War. Once black were given their freedom, many people felt that the freed blacks were getting away with too much freedom and felt they needed to be controlled.  Yet many monuments that have been removed, covered up or vandalized in recent days. Monuments and statues about the Confederacy have been an ongoing source of controversy. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 6 #racialmemorialday #racism #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
History shapes the world around us — from national elections to cultural debates to marches in cities across the country. Confederate monuments are being removed around the country under pressure from those who say they honor a regime that enslaved African-Americans. The pace has increased as critics argue, many Confederate statues were built decades after the Civil War to promote white supremacy. Supporters counter the monuments are simply memorials to ancestors who fought and died protecting their homes. Slavery in the Confederate Constitution: Article IX, Section 4 prohibited any law "denying or impairing the right of property in negro slaves"; sections 1 and 2 prohibited "The importation of negroes of the African race from any foreign country other than the slaveholding States or Territories of the United States of America" and gave the Congress power to prohibit "the introduction of slaves from any State not a member of, or Territory not belonging to, this Confederacy." From 1882-1968, 4,743 lynchings occurred in the United States. Of these people that were lynched 3,446 were black.The blacks lynched accounted for 72.7% of the people lynched. Most of the lynchings that took place happened in the South. A big reason for this was the end of the Civil War. Once black were given their freedom, many people felt that the freed blacks were getting away with too much freedom and felt they needed to be controlled.  Yet many monuments that have been removed, covered up or vandalized in recent days. Monuments and statues about the Confederacy have been an ongoing source of controversy. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 1 #racialmemorialday #racism #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
History shapes the world around us — from national elections to cultural debates to marches in cities across the country. Confederate monuments are being removed around the country under pressure from those who say they honor a regime that enslaved African-Americans. The pace has increased as critics argue, many Confederate statues were built decades after the Civil War to promote white supremacy. Supporters counter the monuments are simply memorials to ancestors who fought and died protecting their homes. Slavery in the Confederate Constitution: Article IX, Section 4 prohibited any law "denying or impairing the right of property in negro slaves"; sections 1 and 2 prohibited "The importation of negroes of the African race from any foreign country other than the slaveholding States or Territories of the United States of America" and gave the Congress power to prohibit "the introduction of slaves from any State not a member of, or Territory not belonging to, this Confederacy." From 1882-1968, 4,743 lynchings occurred in the United States. Of these people that were lynched 3,446 were black.The blacks lynched accounted for 72.7% of the people lynched. Most of the lynchings that took place happened in the South. A big reason for this was the end of the Civil War. Once black were given their freedom, many people felt that the freed blacks were getting away with too much freedom and felt they needed to be controlled.  Yet many monuments that have been removed, covered up or vandalized in recent days. Monuments and statues about the Confederacy have been an ongoing source of controversy. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 2 #racialmemorialday #racism #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
History shapes the world around us — from national elections to cultural debates to marches in cities across the country. Confederate monuments are being removed around the country under pressure from those who say they honor a regime that enslaved African-Americans. The pace has increased as critics argue, many Confederate statues were built decades after the Civil War to promote white supremacy. Supporters counter the monuments are simply memorials to ancestors who fought and died protecting their homes. Slavery in the Confederate Constitution: Article IX, Section 4 prohibited any law "denying or impairing the right of property in negro slaves"; sections 1 and 2 prohibited "The importation of negroes of the African race from any foreign country other than the slaveholding States or Territories of the United States of America" and gave the Congress power to prohibit "the introduction of slaves from any State not a member of, or Territory not belonging to, this Confederacy." From 1882-1968, 4,743 lynchings occurred in the United States. Of these people that were lynched 3,446 were black.The blacks lynched accounted for 72.7% of the people lynched. Most of the lynchings that took place happened in the South. A big reason for this was the end of the Civil War. Once black were given their freedom, many people felt that the freed blacks were getting away with too much freedom and felt they needed to be controlled.  Yet many monuments that have been removed, covered up or vandalized in recent days. Monuments and statues about the Confederacy have been an ongoing source of controversy. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 3 #racialmemorialday #racism #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning
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Wireless technology is on the brink of a pivotal change that will influence nearly every aspect of enterprise and consumer connectivity. 5G is here, and it promises unprecedented speed, low latency, high reliability and the power to connect billions of devices simultaneously. This era of “boundless connectivity,” as described by the GSMA, is expected to be deployed worldwide in the years following 2020, delivering extensive advances in everything from intelligent automation to industrial productivity. But these breakthroughs will not happen overnight, and they require a considerable commitment from industry stakeholders and governments for a smooth and timely rollout. In early 2017, nearly a decade after the introduction of 4G, only 60% of global residents had access to 4G-grade Internet – and 5G poses far more challenges. The number of worldwide 5G connections will reach 1.4 billion by 2025, 15% of the global total, according to a February 2019 GSMA study. The report predicts that 5G will account for close to half the total of connections in the U.S. and around 30% in China and Europe. The GSMA forecasts that 5G will contribute $2.2 trillion to the global economy over the next 15 years, particularly in manufacturing, utilities and professional and financial services. As the current wireless network design is reaching its limitations, operators and governments need to act swiftly to prepare for a global 5G deployment and the challenges it brings with it. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 4 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Wireless technology is on the brink of a pivotal change that will influence nearly every aspect of enterprise and consumer connectivity. 5G is here, and it promises unprecedented speed, low latency, high reliability and the power to connect billions of devices simultaneously. This era of “boundless connectivity,” as described by the GSMA, is expected to be deployed worldwide in the years following 2020, delivering extensive advances in everything from intelligent automation to industrial productivity. But these breakthroughs will not happen overnight, and they require a considerable commitment from industry stakeholders and governments for a smooth and timely rollout. In early 2017, nearly a decade after the introduction of 4G, only 60% of global residents had access to 4G-grade Internet – and 5G poses far more challenges. The number of worldwide 5G connections will reach 1.4 billion by 2025, 15% of the global total, according to a February 2019 GSMA study. The report predicts that 5G will account for close to half the total of connections in the U.S. and around 30% in China and Europe. The GSMA forecasts that 5G will contribute $2.2 trillion to the global economy over the next 15 years, particularly in manufacturing, utilities and professional and financial services. As the current wireless network design is reaching its limitations, operators and governments need to act swiftly to prepare for a global 5G deployment and the challenges it brings with it. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 5 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Wireless technology is on the brink of a pivotal change that will influence nearly every aspect of enterprise and consumer connectivity. 5G is here, and it promises unprecedented speed, low latency, high reliability and the power to connect billions of devices simultaneously. This era of “boundless connectivity,” as described by the GSMA, is expected to be deployed worldwide in the years following 2020, delivering extensive advances in everything from intelligent automation to industrial productivity. But these breakthroughs will not happen overnight, and they require a considerable commitment from industry stakeholders and governments for a smooth and timely rollout. In early 2017, nearly a decade after the introduction of 4G, only 60% of global residents had access to 4G-grade Internet – and 5G poses far more challenges. The number of worldwide 5G connections will reach 1.4 billion by 2025, 15% of the global total, according to a February 2019 GSMA study. The report predicts that 5G will account for close to half the total of connections in the U.S. and around 30% in China and Europe. The GSMA forecasts that 5G will contribute $2.2 trillion to the global economy over the next 15 years, particularly in manufacturing, utilities and professional and financial services. As the current wireless network design is reaching its limitations, operators and governments need to act swiftly to prepare for a global 5G deployment and the challenges it brings with it. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 6 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Wireless technology is on the brink of a pivotal change that will influence nearly every aspect of enterprise and consumer connectivity. 5G is here, and it promises unprecedented speed, low latency, high reliability and the power to connect billions of devices simultaneously. This era of “boundless connectivity,” as described by the GSMA, is expected to be deployed worldwide in the years following 2020, delivering extensive advances in everything from intelligent automation to industrial productivity. But these breakthroughs will not happen overnight, and they require a considerable commitment from industry stakeholders and governments for a smooth and timely rollout. In early 2017, nearly a decade after the introduction of 4G, only 60% of global residents had access to 4G-grade Internet – and 5G poses far more challenges. The number of worldwide 5G connections will reach 1.4 billion by 2025, 15% of the global total, according to a February 2019 GSMA study. The report predicts that 5G will account for close to half the total of connections in the U.S. and around 30% in China and Europe. The GSMA forecasts that 5G will contribute $2.2 trillion to the global economy over the next 15 years, particularly in manufacturing, utilities and professional and financial services. As the current wireless network design is reaching its limitations, operators and governments need to act swiftly to prepare for a global 5G deployment and the challenges it brings with it. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 1 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Wireless technology is on the brink of a pivotal change that will influence nearly every aspect of enterprise and consumer connectivity. 5G is here, and it promises unprecedented speed, low latency, high reliability and the power to connect billions of devices simultaneously. This era of “boundless connectivity,” as described by the GSMA, is expected to be deployed worldwide in the years following 2020, delivering extensive advances in everything from intelligent automation to industrial productivity. But these breakthroughs will not happen overnight, and they require a considerable commitment from industry stakeholders and governments for a smooth and timely rollout. In early 2017, nearly a decade after the introduction of 4G, only 60% of global residents had access to 4G-grade Internet – and 5G poses far more challenges. The number of worldwide 5G connections will reach 1.4 billion by 2025, 15% of the global total, according to a February 2019 GSMA study. The report predicts that 5G will account for close to half the total of connections in the U.S. and around 30% in China and Europe. The GSMA forecasts that 5G will contribute $2.2 trillion to the global economy over the next 15 years, particularly in manufacturing, utilities and professional and financial services. As the current wireless network design is reaching its limitations, operators and governments need to act swiftly to prepare for a global 5G deployment and the challenges it brings with it. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 2 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution
Wireless technology is on the brink of a pivotal change that will influence nearly every aspect of enterprise and consumer connectivity. 5G is here, and it promises unprecedented speed, low latency, high reliability and the power to connect billions of devices simultaneously. This era of “boundless connectivity,” as described by the GSMA, is expected to be deployed worldwide in the years following 2020, delivering extensive advances in everything from intelligent automation to industrial productivity. But these breakthroughs will not happen overnight, and they require a considerable commitment from industry stakeholders and governments for a smooth and timely rollout. In early 2017, nearly a decade after the introduction of 4G, only 60% of global residents had access to 4G-grade Internet – and 5G poses far more challenges. The number of worldwide 5G connections will reach 1.4 billion by 2025, 15% of the global total, according to a February 2019 GSMA study. The report predicts that 5G will account for close to half the total of connections in the U.S. and around 30% in China and Europe. The GSMA forecasts that 5G will contribute $2.2 trillion to the global economy over the next 15 years, particularly in manufacturing, utilities and professional and financial services. As the current wireless network design is reaching its limitations, operators and governments need to act swiftly to prepare for a global 5G deployment and the challenges it brings with it. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 3 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #gafa #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g #4thindustrialrevolution

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