Without the key to your blockchain wallet, you might as well not own any cryptocurrency or be part of any blockchain. So how can we protect these keys? And what are the options if they do get lost?
In the past, internal KPIs were the ultimate goal to reach, with metrics such as average call length and abandon rate being used to assess performance. Recently, however, there has been a shift to external factors such as quality scores and customer retention rates.
Having a slow phone can be unbelievably frustrating. When we've become accustomed to lightning quick devices that sit in our pockets ready to perform tasks at the swipe of a finger, it can feel like losing a limb when they start to slow down.
Smartphones are becoming an increasingly necessary part of life in the modern world, and not having one, even for just a few hours, can be a huge handicap.
Chatbots are rapidly growing in popularity. Opus Research predicts that by 2021, 4.5 billion dollars will have been invested in chatbots. Businesses from all industries are turning to this technology to provide better service, optimize their sales processes, and adopt a more conversational approach to marketing.
We've all been there. Anyone who works under the wonderful umbrella we call 'freelancers', anyway. You get approached out of the blue by some seemingly nice people offering you some work. Great! That's always welcome. Maybe you'll be able to buy that new laptop you've been eyeing up.
It's not exactly a big secret that the cryptocurrency and blockchain space is going through a bit of a bear market. Bitcoin's price recently hit its lowest point in over a year, and unsurprisingly it dragged the entire market down with it. For those involved in the space, this can feel a bit scary and disheartening.