Given its potential and arguable Bitcoin success as global digital virtual currency, why did Blockchain not disrupt the world yet 1. ICOs gave early exit to potential disruptors ICOs were meant to help raise funds for good Blockchain projects with committed teams. Unfortunately, in the name of “decentralization”, companies raised millions and billions of dollars, on the back of white papers, and did not have motivation left to deliver the projects. Early liquidity, also like
India boasts of a staggering statistic. At least 1.6 million Indians die each year due to complications arising from air pollution. Air pollution increases the risk of complications such as cardiovascular diseases, lung cancer, pulmonary diseases and pneumonia. It is the 4th largest threat to human health after high blood pressure, dietary risks and smoking. The air quality index showcases the air quality status based on the ambient concentration values of air pollutants and their
Squaring the Blockchain circle (Nov 2018) The hype-fog surrounding the blockchain and its offspring cryptocurrencies is peaking, and this book slices through it. Is the blockchain revolutionary in scope? Absolutely. Will it all play out in line with the investment dollars? Not at all. Squaring the Blockchain Circle critiques the blockchain ecosystem. ICOs have resulted in some twenty billion dollars flowing into projects even as bubble indicators flash red. Bitcoin has the Midas touch. But
Start-ups Riding High on Steroid Funding Over the last decade or so, start-ups have been riding the high wave of steroid funding. With troves of capital raining down on start-ups, many of them have raised significant amounts of capital. Many founders have had access to easy capital and even the previously ‘non-fundable’ companies got a chance to get funded. In fact, some have managed to gain unicorn status. A unicorn start-up is a privately held

Why are technology buffets bad for humans

Posted by kunal on August 21, 2018
Category: Social, Startups
Like them or ignore them, buffet is a hugely popular style of serving meals in restaurants of various scales and cuisines. Introduced to the world at the Stockholm Olympics in 1912, the concept of buffet today means a system of serving meals spread out in front of the guests and the guests serving themselves. Buffets are generally based on an all-you-can-eat concept. The guests can take as many servings of any food that has been