My top 3 posts on @project.hope community (14/04/2021)
Articles curated by @project.hope : my top 3 weekly selection (14/04/2021)
I like the community and as a participant in projects I have given myself the task of weekly starting a selection of the articles that seem most interesting to me and here I bring them to you and present them now.
We are a group of people who love technology, artificial intelligence, psychology, marketing, finance and areas for which we are passionate that we come together to share and express our ideas through this community.
This time we will talk about shopping, trading and science, I hope you enjoy these complete contents.
So Lets see, here is my top 3 :
"...had an opportunity of visiting a mixed market, segemented into fractions of diverse product and servicing and spans into a crazy distance of which might take close to four days non-stop if you want to cover the entire market on foot and it was a virtually exhausting but educative experience. The reason was because I was tired of shopping in smaller market with less competitiveness.
In a bid to make money a lot of ventures have gone Into making fake products, completely copying what the original product would look like and this is how would be easier for them to sell in a smaller market because there wouldn't really things like "product check for quality", a lot of customers have the ability to see through fake product and of course selling fake products in a mixed segemented market would put you out of business since there's competition for customers amongst the product owners..."
"...The trafficking of privileged information is the tactic to implement their strategies, so the network of experts is the instrument through which it is perpetrated, the network of experts is made up of politicians, judges and members of companies and corporations that respond to the interests of the hedge funds, the idea is that these people leak data to the managers of the hedge funds so that they can make plays in their favor..."
"...The big brewers agree on a waste problem: they have to deal with the bagasse obtained from the process of pressing and filtering the wort resulting from the saccharification of barley grain, a powder rich in protein and dietary fiber that is usually used as a feed supplement for livestock or ends up in a landfill.
As a possible use for this abundant residue from beer brewing, a group of scientists has presented the results of their research at a press conference held on the occasion of the spring meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS), where different topics were addressed. The content of this topic can be read in an ACS press release dated April 6..."
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