Introduction One of the key public health responses to the global coronavirus pandemic has been social distancing – avoiding large groups of people in close quarters in order to inhibit the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. Along with shutting … Continue reading Post COVID-19 Opportunities’: The decline of Commercial Real Estate
If you think life will go back to the normal post COVID, keep sleeping. COVID-19 has given the biggest jolt to the way people work, live, commute, cook, clean, study, communicate, everywhere. This pandemic cuts through all social classes, all … Continue reading Post COVID-19 opportunities: The Rise of Dark Kitchens
The Fintech revolution is becoming a big challenge for banks which traditionally consumers used for managing their funds. But with many Fintech companies providing services from crowdfunding, to peer to peer lending, to financial advice, to virtual banking and payment … Continue reading Why are Fintech companies not penetrating the payments market?
In 2018, thefts and scams have cost the cryptocurrency investors over USD 1.7Billion worth of cryptocurrencies. This is even after the sharp drop in the value of cryptocurrencies in 2018, price charts for Bitcoin and Ethereum are below. These scams … Continue reading Cryptocurrency thefts and scams increased 3 folds in 2018
As we have previously discussed, there are 4 major requirements of the Blockchain, each of which we will discuss in a little more detail. Shared Ledger Smart Contracts Privacy Trust Shared Ledger Shared ledger records all the transactions across a … Continue reading Requirements of Blockchain
What Is Blockchain Harvard Business Review describes it as “an open, distributed ledger than can record transactions between two parties efficiently and in verifiable way”. In lament terms it is a book with access of it with many people, where … Continue reading Basics of Blockchain
We all know USA is withdrawing its commitment which was agreed by 185 countries in Paris known as COP21 or simply the Paris Summit. There has … Continue reading USA is walking away from the Paris Summit, what does that really mean?
Over a course of a meal with a mate, the topic of the limited amount of investments being done by commercial banks in the field of green energy came up. I mentioned well Green bank are trying to bridge that … Continue reading A Financial Savior for Green Energy… Green Banks
Pakistan has been recently in the news for the solar potential it has. In March of this year, the Alternative Energy Development Board (AEDB) and World Bank, produced the solar map of the country. This was created by drawing data … Continue reading Potential of large scale solar plants in Pakistan
We are going to change the genre of the posts today and talk about something we have not talked before; deforestation and its impact on climate change. We all have been feeling the change of weather around the world, places … Continue reading Deforestation and climate change