The major grudge against Bitcoin seems not so much to be that it isn’t backed by anything – remember, we’ve already established that most currencies, and therefore economies, aren’t backed by anything – but that it isn’t regulated by any established (read: government) body. Yes, cryptocoin at this stage is going to be used for … More Cryptocoin: Hedge or Grudge?
We’re already comfortable with the idea of a virtual digital currency. Most of the $16.1 Trillion dollars of the US 2013 Gross National Product was not paid out in greenbacks. And we expect that the virtual currency we do own will be well protected and properly accounted for. Such measures include encryption of the information … More Cryptocoin To The Rescue
It’s been used to buy drugs, weapons and all manner of illicit goods. Even though each one has a unique code, it’s anonymous and untraceable. It’s being stored in wallets, safety deposit boxes and slicks, yet it makes its way around the world quietly and quickly. Its fluctuations in value have made paupers into millionaires … More Bothering With Bitcoin
Clearly they’re working on something in the “wearables” space, but I don’t think it’s merely a “watch” (even with a funky cool display). One of Apple’s defining corporate characteristics is “watch and wait” (okay, so I made a pun). They have rarely, if ever, been the first to market. Rather they watch the market and … More Apple is not building an iWatch
Better Place didn’t demonstrate an understanding of its core business or relationships with its partners. Valuable lessons even on the scale of smaller startups. … More A Better Time and Place For Everything
Not only did Better Place not understand who there real customer was, even the ones they tried to attract were served with the wrong business model. … More A Better Business Model, Please
Better Place didn’t know who its real customer was, or at least how to pursuade them to adopt BP’s solution. … More Better Know Your Customer