We’re at the VR train and ready to get on board. Now here’s the thing, we’re actually early to the VR train this time as well, from an investment perspective. The idea of VR and the technology isn’t new. I’d still classify it as revolutionary, but it’s not new.
There will be, and already are opportunities everywhere to park some money for the long term as the New Empire takes control and the American Empire crumbles...
The crypto ecosystem is thriving. And over the last few weeks, there’s been a rekindling of values in fiat-denominated prices that’s seen bitcoin rise more than 100% in value in the last three months.
It’s incredible to think that just these three technologies — Google/Apple Pay, the range of Tesla cars, Amazon’s smart speakers/hubs — are all new inventions of the current decade.
There are two kinds of Aussie, ASX-listed, small-cap companies investors should be looking at...
Facebook and Google get a hard wrap for some of their privacy practices. And rightly so. But at the same time they are the only ones with the might and clout to stand up to the government and say: ‘No, we won’t adhere to your draconian laws.’
The use cases for blockchain networks are far more varied than the average person understands....
The early iteration of deepfakes was based in pornography. But subsequent uses have expanded somewhat. There’s the comical — Steve Buscemi’s face on a Jennifer Lawrence Golden Globes interview. And also Bill Hader morphing into Al Pacino and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Give it a couple more years and there’ll be an increasing saturation of voice-enabled devices in the market. Voice shopping will become as commonplace as buying through an app.
And that’s where things get interesting. The word is, that by creating a digital non-US currency, these countries would want it backed by something. Backing it by fiat currency is somewhat pointless. That only creates a digital replication of the current problems they face.