Samira Abdollah Aboonajmi is a young, dynamic entrepreneur from the UAE. She was born in a family and environment where every man was involved in business, but no woman. Yet Samira thrives in a business community where the majority of the ventures are led by men. She has done her MBA majoring in Administrational Management and International Strategic Marketing and now leads one of the most significant ventures in the UAE, Gift Land stores. Being a successful woman entrepreneur in the Arab community, her interests range from sports to dancing, reading, poetry and even psychology & philosophy.
Whether it’s a miraculous coincidence or an error from the network or a larger money laundering plot as some may claim, Ethereum network has recorded a transaction fee of 10,668.73185 Ether, approximately $2.5 million not just once, but two times recently.
The new technology eradicates the issue of fake clicks helping marketers save money by displaying every click-through in real-time. This, in turn, allows marketers to rent out their advertising space and bring in quality traffic.
Since digital currency burst into the limelight over 10 years ago, there have been a lot of new concepts that have come with it. Although the digital currency industry is still somewhat in its infancy stage, the kind of different developments that have flooded is amazing. One of such is the digital currency fundraising and especially Utility Token Offering.
It is an established fact that Distributed Ledger technology has grown significantly over the years and will continue to do so in the foreseeable future. The technology has proved its effectiveness as it can be used to disrupt almost every industry that available and known to man. This technology has already made the operations of many industries easier.
The cryptocurrency market currently finds itself in a very volatile period — one that could easily go either way. However, there are few tokens that perform exceptionally well under the current global pandemic and massive economic downturn.
As many parts of the world continue to deal with the consequences of COVID-19, some major governments are starting to deepen their interest in what a cashless society would look like, and how digital currencies can come into play. A recent report by Deloitte cited that a prediction that at least one Nordic country will become ‘de facto cashless’ by 2025. Another recent survey showed that two-thirds of people use digital payments for more than half of their purchases.
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