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Important Innovations with 5G and rapid digital transformations: With examples

Important Innovations with 5G and rapid digital transformations: With examples

Innovations with 5G and rapid digital transformations. Here are some examples: E-commerce The faster speed of 5Gnetworks and high-resolution screens of 5G-enabled devices might lead to a higher degree of customer willingness to engage in e-commerce activities, more time spent on e-commerce websites, and more purchases online. The features of5G can also lead to a…

How will the banking industry look like in 5 years ?

How will the banking industry look like in 5 years ?

As many traditional banks and financial institutions are filing for bankruptcy, we are also seeing a significant rise of new innovations in the banking industry.  New players are coming in with big promises  of better services, efficiency and more to the ever-evolving financial industry. The rise in the popularity of cryptocurrency/blockchain is adding more dimensions and lot to think about for customers. Additionally the current financial volatility creates an opportunity  for extraordinary innovations that can fulfill the ever changing demand of customers.

Interesting Startups Discovery May 2020

Interesting Startups Discovery May 2020

Interesting Startups May 2020: Two Hands Two Hands an is a digital marketplace, an Airbnb-type disruptor that has reinvented the food supply chain in a bid to create a connection and humanise cutting edge food technology. The marketplace is based on blockchain and smart tagging technology. Two Hands is one of the first companies globally…

What is blockchain? : A Definition In 2020

What is blockchain? : A Definition In 2020

So What is Blockchain ? A blockchain is a distributed database that preserves the growing list of the transaction records, called blocks. The chain of blocks is linked using cryptography. “This database is shared across a network of computers so-called distributed ledger network. Each data block links to the previous block in the blockchain through a cryptographic hash…