• Citizens of the Metaverse

    In the next 3-5 years, estimations of the metaverse's market worth vary from $250 to $800 billion USD, depending on its many aspects. Read More

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  • Product Market fit

    Product/Market Fit is a popular topic among growing startups, but it’s vastly misunderstood. That’s probably because it’s a made up concept that’s open to interpretation, rather than a fixed state,… Read More

    1 year ago

  • Common Venture Capital terms

    The startup world operates on a lot of lingo. This guide will give you a better context to understand the language of startups, venture capitalists, angel investors, and incubators. Read More

    1 year ago

  • A primer on Reputation Economy

    Simply defined, reputation refers to how much a community trusts and values you. And, for both people and organisations, reputation is becoming a profoundly valued asset. Read More

    1 year ago

  • Halo Effect

    The halo effect may be used by marketers to build campaigns that promote their goods. They may do this by linking their goods with celebrities and other well-known individuals who… Read More

    1 year ago

  • Echo chambers

    A filter bubble is a special form of echo chamber that can be observed on the Internet. Algorithms that keep track of what you click on build filter bubbles. The… Read More

    1 year ago

  • Metaverse

    The metaverse's supporters envisage its users working, playing, and remaining connected with peers via anything from concerts and conferences to virtual travels across the globe. Read More

    1 year ago

  • What is Design Thinking, and how does it work?

    Design Thinking is an iterative process in which we try to understand the user, question assumptions, and reframe challenges in order to find new tactics and answers that aren't immediately… Read More

    1 year ago

  • Computational Social Science in the Age of Big Data

    With the increasing accessibility of the internet and the growing abundance of behavioral choices available on social media, there is a need for a non-traditional viewpoint in the scientific analysis… Read More

    1 year ago

  • What is a Smart Contract?

    Smart contracts operate on a blockchain by executing basic “if..then..” clauses written in code. When specified criteria get fulfilled, respective activities are performed. Read More

    1 year ago

  • What is Decentralized Finance?

    Decentralized finance (abbreviated DeFi) is a blockchain-based form of finance that does not rely on central financial intermediaries such as brokerages, exchanges, or banks to provide traditional financial instruments, instead… Read More

    1 year ago

  • Ethereum’s London Hard Fork

    The London Hard Fork update is believed to be a preface to the main upgrade dubbed ‘Serenity' or ETH 2.0, which is expected to come by the end of 2021… Read More

    2 years ago

  • Let’s talk about NFTs

    Fungibility  Fungibility refers to the ability of an asset to be replaced or exchanged. A fungible asset may be replaced or exchanged for another indistinguishable portion.   Non-fungibility  It is the polar opposite of fungibility, something that is one-of-a-kind… Read More

    2 years ago

  • What is Hyperledger Fabric?

    Hyperledger Fabric provides a unique approach to a consensus that allows performance at scale while maintaining data privacy. Read More

    2 years ago

  • Why Blockchain?

    Blockchain generates an audit trail that records an asset's origins at each stage of its transit. This helps offer evidence in sectors where customers are worried about environmental or human… Read More

    2 years ago