Showing posts from March, 2019

Instagram or Facebook, Which One best Meets Your Small Business Needs?

Instagram or Facebook-which one is better for marketing your small business   Small business owners who have an insight into how social media can help their marketing goals, will have to decide on the platform that best meet their needs. To make a decision on small business marketing using social media platforms, there are some variables that have to be taken into consideration and they include: 1. The market segment you are targeting Facebook offers everyone a chance to be seen and heard in Africa, but a larger percentage of users are predominantly a mix of the youthful and middle-aged.  Instagram is a platform that is dominated by students and young professionals in many parts of the world. A look at the kind of product or service that is an attraction to this set of users will provide leeway in making the decision on the platform to use.  While other factors like the location you are targeting and the product or service on offer also matter, a h

The Expanding World of Crypto Payments: How Bitcoin and Altcoins Are Making a Difference Around the World

Although many thought of cryptocurrencies as a craze, the truth is far from that. The visibility of bitcoin and altcoins has indeed shrunk over the past year, but that’s meaningless when we consider they became visible thanks to a bubble, to begin with. In truth, the crypto market kept growing during 2018, even if the decreasing value of Bitcoin seemed to say otherwise. And today, with barely two months of 2019 gone by, adoption has kept rising. Why adoption is Important The aim of cryptocurrencies is to replace fiat currency. They try to offer a new trading standard away from governments and central banks that instead rely on a crowd of users to keep tabs on transactions and, more importantly, to offer transparency. However, attaining widespread adoption is anything but easy. Selling a new currency can be seen by most people as selling snake oil – lots of promises with little actual effects. Most people are just happy trading in USD, EUR, JPY, GBP or any other establishe

How to Invest in Global cryptocurrencies

If you are new to investing in cryptocurrency, this guide is for you! Sifting through dozens of articles can be a nightmare, when all you are looking for is a simple blueprint on how to get started. I was once in your shoes and wished I had a manual to help me navigate this new world of cryptocurrency. So, I came up with this 5-step personal guide to help you make sense of it all. 1. There are over 2000 cryptocurrencies Bitcoin was the first cryptocurrency, and its success quickly spun off hundreds of others. Much of the code of all of them is vastly similar, as it is all derived from the Bitcoin open source code.  However, each and every cryptocurrency in existence, is tailored to solve a unique problem. Thus, the modifications in their code are intended to take alternatives approaches to solutions. These differences include: • The supply of cryptocurrency in circulation • The rate of supply • The technical specifications • How they are mined • The team of developers