Like it or not (and I don’t), Blockchain is the current hottest tech buzzword. Hundreds of products are being built around distributed ledgers, in fields as diverse as healthcare, finance, and even online gaming. To ensure that more developers can jump on this bandwagon, learning platform Udacity has launched a blockchain nanodegree program, which promises to teach coders everything they need to know to work in this growing niche. The course is spread over two three-month terms, and is focused on practical experience. According to Udacity, the course sees students build their own blockchain, learn about smart contracts using Solidity,… This story continues at The Next Web
KUALA LUMPUR (June 22): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the Malaysian ringgit’s fair value today is the same as the peg that his previous government established in 1998 in a controversial move during the Asian financial crisis.
Asked in an interview Friday where he saw the fair value for the ringgit, Dr Mahathir said “3.8.” That’s more than 5% stronger than its current level against the dollar, and a rate it hasn’t seen since mid-2015, when worries about China hit emerging markets. The currency climbed 0.3% after his remarks were published.
Simply put, a syndicated investment happens when a group of investors pool their funds together into one single fund Having just joined the angel investment scene about a month ago, I am amazed at the number of things investors have to understand and be aware of before they can begin. For example, angels need to […]
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