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81 Stories To Learn About Economy

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1. We are Not in a Bear Market but the Entire World Economy is in a Depression

MEXC is the 1 destination for low-cap gems, offering the widest variety of services, inventory, and industry-leading customer service.

2. Blockchain is Enabling Gold and Silver to Become far More than Just a Store of Value

The stock market continues to reach new highs and a China/US trade deal may be just around the corner. The stock market bull run has been going strong for more than ten years now and has become the longest-lasting in history.

3. Open Source Will Define This Era as A Modern Renaissance

The Renaissance was one of the most culturally, artistically, and scientifically significant transformations in Western history. It was an age of experimentation and innovation as cataloged by da Vinici’s numerous sketches and notebooks. A hallmark of this period of creation that mirrors today is a culture of sharing, and we see that in both times, innovators benefited from spaces and mediums to explore, share, and build upon each other. It seems in these places that fantastic innovation occurs seemingly out of thin air, but it’s not magic – innovation is an iterative process filled with fits and starts, catalyzed by the ability to share and build upon each other’s work. It defined the Renaissance and it will define our age.

4. Get Ready for New Natural Disasters

The earth needs rest – this should be the slogan for the next few decades. Still, "Greensponsible" is no longer popular...

5. An Introduction to The Bounty Economy

Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs) are creating their own micro-economies, issuing bounties to members to complete tasks to achieve their mission.

6. How Airlines Generate Revenue [General Overview]

The Wright brothers flew the first plane in 1917. At the time, going on an airplane was not common. Being a passenger on a flight was expensive. The focus for airlines was luxury. As time has passed, their focus has shifted from luxury to revenue. With the shift, airlines have grown their revenue sources. Airlines not only make money from passengers. They work with businesses to generate revenue.

7. An Intro to Bitcoin and How it Works

Bitcoin is a money technology, the first drastic change since the creation of banking over 900 years ago.

8. 6 Ways The Internet of Value Can Benefit the World Economy

The Internet of Value is a concept proposed by Ripple which envisions a world where value moves and is exchanged like information is exchanged today...

9. How SoClose For Instagram Provides Revenue for College Athletes

The NCAA recently announced that they will soon be in support of college athletes obtaining brand partnership and sponsorship deals, leaving college athletes all over the nation highly anticipating the 2021-2022 season.

10. The Covid-19 Virus Has Just Reset The Global Economy!

President Trump claimed that the Covid-19 pandemic was “unforeseen”, or as Harvard’s Professor Jeffrey Frankel suggests, political leaders are seeing it as a ‘black swan’ event. That’s an event that nobody saw coming. The last one of these was the financial crash of 2008.

11. How Akoin & BitMinutes are Solving the Biggest Gap in Banking the Unbanked

If I had a penny for every time someone told me, “It’s like ____ but on a blockchain”, I’d probably have somewhere between $5-$10. Notoriously, the cryptocurrency market is riddled with blindly optimistic projects that rarely make good on their promises. Projects often led by teams who put great time and effort into theorizing complex blockchain use cases, but very little into how their projects will actually be executed, and even less on whether there is a demand for the product at all.

12. Would Triple Entry Accounting Have Saved Thomas Cook?

The world’s leading tourism corporation filed for liquidation after years of accounting malpractice. A new accounting technology might have prevented that.

13. Is It A Good Time To Buy Small-Cap Stocks?

Small-cap stocks refer to stocks that have a small market capitalization and generally hover between US$300 million and US$2 billion.

14. Start Transacting This Memecoin Cryptocurrency Without The Headache [feat. BANANO]

“Don’t Let Your Memes Be Dreams!”

15. Disruption Theory for the Passion Economy: 4 Major Implication (Part 2)

Passion Economy platforms are rooted in a value proposition that deeply appeals to workers—they lower the barriers to earning income

16. For the War

There is a multifaceted economic war quietly being waged between the major flags of the world.

17. How Tech Staff Augmentation Drives Creative Economy Forward

The article highlights essential steps each business needs to make to gain maximum value from its staff augmentation endeavor and how augmented teams affect digital transformation and boost the growth of creative industries.

18. A Brief Guide to Visualizing the Biggest Economic Bubbles

The crypto market is still young, and there are still growth opportunities yet to come. This can easily be seen by comparing the capitalization of major

19. A Look at the AI Economy

Are you ready for the AI economy? Over the next decade artificial intelligence could add upwards of $13 trillion to the global economy, and by 2030 the majority of companies could be using some form of artificial intelligence. There’s a downside to all this, however. Worldwide as many as 375 million workers could need to be retrained for new jobs as AI takes over the repetitive tasks and the heavy lifting. Overall, artificial intelligence is expected to have a positive impact on the global economy, even if there is a temporary period of human displacement that follows its implementation.

20. 9 Factors Behind the Recent NFT Crash

The rise of NFTs sparked numerous opportunities. The most expensive nft sold was worth $91.8M. But data says NFT crash is near so we find out 9 factors.

21. Chinese Economy 2023: Back to Normal?

China's economic and industry outlook for 2023.

22. Re: Sam Altman's American Equity

Alternative to Wage-Capitalism: 100% Commission on your earnings, but you bid at Vickrey auction to rent the capital.

23. In The Fed We Trust...

significant labor shortages, commodity price increases, chip shortages for cars, industrial & consumer rent increases we doubt that inflationary pressure falls

24. How Balance Sheet Reduction will Potentially Impact Crypto Markets

The essential thing to consider is the rate of change in the money supply, the first derivative of the money supply

25. Here's Why The Global Economy Is Entering A Downturn

Is the US Economy in a recession? Depends on whom you talk to. While there have been two-quarters of contraction in economic activity, the Biden Admin is loath

26. Why Are Digital Assets Under Pressure?

Fears of a looming recession continue to fuel uncertainty in the global equity markets.

27. The Lack of a Comprehensive Crypto Index is Actually Hurting the Markets

One of the most effective ways for retail investors to make money in the stock market is to invest in index funds, which have been found to generally outperform mutual funds over time. To date, the lack of a comprehensive index fund for crypto assets akin to those based on the S&P 500 in legacy financial markets has held the crypto market back; however, before crypto can effectively offer such opportunities to everyday people, the market needs a trustworthy index to accurately represent the state of the market. Such a measure would enable retail investors to make more informed decisions and perhaps entice institutional investors, such as pension funds and endowments, to make the leap into crypto.

28. Apple’s Hack To Their $1+ Trillion Worth

Technically speaking, Apple is worth more than 1% of the global GDP and became the first publicly traded U.S. company to reach a market value of $1 Trillion in 2018. Thanks to a fleet of billion dollar products and services, as well as their strong commitment to the refurbished community, Apple continues to dominate the tech market unlike any other company.

29. Can We Call Bitcoin a Safe Haven Asset?

For the past several weeks we have watched markets crash and burn, well almost, it has been interesting to watch out for the reactions of the crypto commentators who have claimed in the past that bitcoin is a safe haven asset like gold.

30. The UK's Economic Outlook for 2023

Currently, the UK economy is living through tough times.

31. Overcoming Challenges to Market Research in a Bad Economy

Research provides valuable insights into customer behavior, competitors, and market trends and should in no way be left behind.

32. Russian Financial Sanctions and Their Impact on the Global Economy

A look at how financial sanctions against Russia are playing out in the global economy.

33. How Edge Computing Will Evolve in 2023

economy in the year ahead and continuing to worry that inflation is eroding everything, business leaders are bracing for rough times in 2023.

34. Hacking Remote Work for Pay Equity

A look at the modern day pay gap and work from home trends.

35. Mark Hauser's Strategies for Navigating an Economic Downturn

Mark Hauser, co-managing partner of Hauser Private Equity, speaks to navigating an economic downturn, and what it means for personal finances.

36. How to Hack Your Money With a Growth Mindset

Very few people understand basic financial concepts. That’s probably because we are taught from a young age that we shouldn’t talk about money. Unfortunately when people don’t talk about money they don’t learn how to manage their money, and finances become something mystical unable to be controlled or understood. But when people take the time to learn about managing their personal finances things turn out better. What if you could apply a growth mindset to hacking your finances?

37. Boomer-Owned Businesses: The Millennial’s Wealth Hack

A look at how boomer-owned businesses may lead to the greatest wealth transfer in history.

38. The Great Lockdown 2020: Worst Recession Since the Great Depression?

39. 9 Indispensable Factors to Consider Before Starting an IT Services Business

More than half of the small businesses in the United States do not make it to the fifth year. The big question now is: How do you create a successful business?

40. The Impact of Inflation on the Economy and Consumers

Mark Hauser, co-managing partner of Hauser Private Equity, discusses the impacts of inflation on the economy and consumers.

41. Inflation is Taking a Toll on The Dollar [Infographic]

A look at the impacts of inflation as well as how gold is often a hedge against inflationary measures.

42. Everything You Need to Know About This Year's World Economic Forum

Mario Nawfal goes over the World Economic Forum.

43. Subprime 2.0 – Is 2008 is back?

CIA Supervisor:

44. The World Population Crosses 8 Billion People

A look at the growth trends of the world's 8 billion people and beyond.

45. "We Are Rich Because We Are Free." - How Society Creates Entrepreneurs

An economic perspective on how society allows a social contract to build entrepreneurs.

46. Hacking Against Inflation Through Real Estate [Infographic]

A look at how to hedge against inflation by investing in real estate.

47. Is the Friendshoring Zone Safe for the Global Economy and Supply Chains?

Friendshoring advocates are outsourcing to allied nations. But is the friendshoring zone a boon or bane to the global economy & supply chains? Let's find out.

48. Dollar: A Dominant and a Surprising Currency

49. On the Current Sanctions in the Ukraine-Russian War

Sanctions are intentional restrictions with the primary purpose of hurting a particular country or individual’s finances. Sanctions can vary in a wide range.

50. How to Survive a Layoff or Furlough During COVID-19

COVID-19 has closed down thousands of businesses, stores, and restaurants have millions of workers laid off or put on furlough. As of April 30, 2020, 30 million working Americans filed an initial unemployment claim - that’s nearly 20% of the total workforce. Laid off employees are totally removed from a company, removed from a company’s payroll, and lose all employer-provided benefits.

51. Solving the Problem in America's Current Economy

In 1930, John Maynard Keynes wrote a short, seven-page essay titled Economic Possibilities for our Grandchildren.

52. What Are the Most Interesting Business Models?

In this thread, we share a few of the most interesting business models ever seen, like a company that turns umbrellas into coats.

53. Diving Into The Sharing Economy [Infographic]

The sharing economy operates on peer-to-peer exchanges. This allows people to have an enjoyable lifestyle without owning the stuff they would like to use. With the unemployment rate at its lowest in 50 years and nominal wage at its highest in a decade, the American economy is thriving. However, the cost of living is outpacing wage, preventing Americans from living a great lifestyle. This has led to the rise in peer-to-peer lending and borrowing, facilitated by apps and technology, known as the sharing economy.

54. How Manufacturers Can Use Real-Time Data to Form Contingency Plans During Pandemics

The global outbreak of the latest Coronavirus (COVID-19) at the beginning of this year caught many businesses and governments off guard. The global pandemic which to date has claimed the lives of over 347,106 people globally had brought businesses to a complete halt.

55. Fiat-Pegged Stablecoins as a Stepping Stone to the Next-Generation Global Currency

There is no question that stablecoins are making waves in the sea of cryptocurrencies. Binance research backs up this general sentiment, showing a rise in stablecoin popularity and trading pair usage in 2019. At the moment, fiat-backed stablecoins are flooding the market as a natural transition from our global fiat-driven economy; however, it’s only a matter of time before fiat-backed stablecoins are replaced with algorithmic coins that are better able to retain purchasing power over time.

56. Should One Invest in the Financial Markets During Economic Downturns?

An economic downturn does not mean investors should veer away from investing and trading in the financial markets. It is still possible to scoop profits during a recession.

57. NFT: The new decentralized economy?

The entry of NFTs to the Blockchain ecosystem has brought a variety of use cases that suggest the new boom within the DeFi sector and crypto in general.

58. How Bitcoin as Legal Tender in Latin America Affects The Rest of the World

El Salvador adopting Bitcoin as a legal tender, crypto adoption in Latin America and developing economies.

59. The Midas Touch: The New Bitcoin Fork BTCU Showed the World Its Team Led by Eric Ma as CEO

The whole world woke up to a new global order and necessity that meant everyone had to stay indoors as the most viable means of staying safe. It wasn’t like any other thing the world had seen, at least not this generation. A few weeks down the line, it became recognized as a global pandemic – the COVID 19 pandemic.

60. Does Economic Uncertainty Create More Demand for Gold and Bitcoin?

The world is moving into a new era filled with political, economic and social instability. With reports showing how most countries including the US are running fiscal deficits, capital markets are becoming increasingly volatile as economic uncertainty increases.

61. Collaborative Governance Will Be The Driver of The API Economy

Businesses want to modernize the way they govern APIs and fix their current traditional API management. Let's see how.

62. Innovation Is Slowing Down

Innovation is a critical driver of economic growth and societal progress. But worryingly, tech innovation has been slowing for decades.

63. The Golden Age of Web3

This isn’t inevitable, and it’s not unique to fledgling artists—it affects 99% of all creators, including famous names with millions of fans.

64. It is Time to Talk About Inflation and the Food Crisis

In order to get a better view of what is going on, it is crucial to understand where the current price bonanza comes from.

65. Reopening the Economy: Only the Paranoid Survive

The great lock down has helped to slow the spread of Covid-19. But it also came at a great cost to the global economy. Unlike a recession, many nonessential businesses have been closed with no clear timetable to reopen. The initial jobless claims in the US have swelled to more than 26 million since mid-March. While we see some glimmers of hope, we are not out of the woods yet. Businesses are anxious to reopen but we are also concerned with the health risks associated with it. The dilemma is if we reopen too quickly, we might risk triggering a second wave of Coronavirus which could be even worse.

66. Is Crypto a Safe-Haven? It is if You're Very Wealthy

For a long time, crypto enthusiasts around the world have touted Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as a safe haven for investors in times of economic trouble.

67. Learning from the Past to Create a Modern Financial System for the Digital Age

The global financial system is comprised of a framework of legal agreements, institutions, and both formal and informal economic actors that together facilitate international flows of financial capital for purposes of investment and trade financing. Our current global financial systems are based on a series of historical events and innovations that brought us to where we are today. Historical markers such as the first minted coin, the use of paper money, the adoption of the US dollar as the international reserve currency, abandonment of the gold standard, and the ubiquity of mobile payments have all greatly influenced the way we exchange and store value on a micro and macro scale.

68. Education and Bitcoin Are Key to Wealth Protection

Bitcoin Investors Are The Biggest Winners During InflationI believe there can only be one definition of inflation, and that is the one headlined by the Nobel Prize-winning economist, Milton Friedman:

69. The Rising Buying on Demand Economy in 2020

When was the last time you bought something online? There’s a chance that during your search you found exactly what you were looking for without having to spend all day on it, but usually, you have to spend a lot of your precious time searching for what you’re looking for, and possibly not even finding it.

70. How Unemployment Benefits Systems Are Failing During The Pandemic

Long wait times, passwords sent by mail, and shutdowns thwart applicants

71. Fighting Wealth Inequality with Blockchain and Tokenization [Deep Dive]

While Bloomberg has celebrated the best decade in history for financial returns, it is not a coincidence that wealth inequality has reached proportions not seen since the roaring´20s. And while this does not seem to concern the financial elites — who celebrated another fat end of the year — this is in reality a major concern for all the others, the 99,..%ers.

72. Metaverse: A Brave New World

The metaverse is so great and wast you could actually fit the everything bubble inside of it.

73. Structure brings order to Chaos: What is COVID all about?

Would the coronavirus pandemic bring out the new order or merely restructure the present order to make way for the business world to adapt well?

74. Coronadeficit: Who Will Pay for The Covid Crisis Bailout?

There are two types of viruses: computer and biological ones. Neither of them brings happiness to those who have been affected. However, they do leave an important mark, and in some cases, the negative effects can last years or even trigger new issues.

75. Cryptocurrency and Inflation Mechanisms

An overview of inflation in cryptocurrency and why it may not be all that it's cut out to be, especially when considering countries experiencing hyperinflation.

76. The Inevitable Growth of Post-Pandemic Gig Economy

Some gig jobs flourished directly as a result of the pandemic. As the US moves beyond COVID-19, freelance will play an important role in recovery.

77. Bitcoin is NOT the silver bullet for El Salvador’s economic woes — here’s why

Bitcoin is NOT the silver bullet for El Salvador’s economic woes — here’s why.

78. What is So Good About the Ownership Economy?

The ownership economy offers a powerful new tool for builders to leverage market incentives to jumpstart new networks.

79. The Unbundled Work Era: The Time Is Now

The internet and rise of micro-entrepreneurship

80. 5 Ways To Earn an Income During the Pandemic

One global recession in a single generation drives major changes in the economy and business landscape. Imagine dealing with two. Millennials (born between 1981 to 1996) are more affected by the 2009 recession and COVID-19 pandemic since their financial footing is much worse than their predecessors. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) deems that the economic toll due to the lockdown is much worse than the Great Depression.

81. Rising Tensions in the Middle East Highlight the Need for a Haven Currency And Bitcoin Is Not It

Shortly after the United States assassinated influential Iranian military leader Major General Qassem Soleimani in Baghdad, the price of bitcoin spiked alongside gold and crude oil. Bitcoin’s price leap was especially significant because gold and crude oil are considered safe havens that tend to attract investment in the wake of economically destabilizing events like the strike against Soleimani in Iraq.

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