If you bought digital coins in 2017, you would have had a great year. Making more than 12-times your money was as easy as buying a single bitcoin. 2018 might be more of the same.
The Turnbull government yesterday announced a proposal that would see states hand over the identities of all Australian drivers in a bid to strengthen national security laws. It would mean authorities would be able to identify any Australian with a driver’s license in seconds using facial recognition technology.
There’s no denying the dark corners of the internet are host to some horrific stuff. But before you lay the blame on the internet, take a look at history.
If you’re looking for more examples of governments turning against their own people, look no further than the ongoing worldwide war on cash.
There are no individuals in a place like China. Only the collective. This is why places like China need public blockchains: decentralised ways to keep records that are outside of the government’s control.
Companies like REA and Altium are not worth an unlimited price. And this is the hard part of investing: determining whether you’re buying a bargain or piling into an inflated multiple.
At time of writing, Afterpay Touch Group Limited [ASX:APT] are trading at just $15.05, marking a 5.93% decrease from yesterday’s figures.
Like it or not, we’ve got an ethical problem on our hands. All of us. When it comes to AI and tech in general, you need to stay level-headed. You underestimate its impact at your own risk.
By the open of the market Thursday morning (US time) it was US$508.91 billion. Now I don’t know about you, but I’ve never seen a single company lose US$120.61 billion in the blink of an eye.