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How far is the bridge for Electroneum?

For Electroneum—the world’s first enablement cryptocurrency— the ambition of becoming a mass adopted long-term cryptocurrency seems more and more achievable as it broke the million-download mark just nine months after it was launched and has been downloaded by people in 200 countries across the world. The mobile-based Electroneum miner was launched

HOW TO ORGANIZE OUR COMPUTER DEPARTMENT IN A COST EFFECTIVE WAY?

We may start the discussion from the Data Center and Disaster Recovery Site (DRS) of an organization like a bank. Building this computing house is costly. Moreover its operation and maintenance are also troublesome. In order to reduce the cost and its troublesome operation and maintenance, we may hire some

GOVERNMENT PLANS A POLL-BOUND BUDGET, KEEPING AN EYE ON THE NATIONAL ELECTION AT YEAREND

With the national election scheduled to be held at the yearend, it would be surprising if the government does not pursue a budget that is aimed at the bottom and mid-bottom of the economic pyramid—representing the largest vote bank. Pre-budget numbers and measures on the government chalkboard hint no surprise there. An

DOES INDIA’S LOC OF $8 BN TO BANGLADESH INDICATE A FIRMING ECONOMIC TIE?

During her two-day visit to Bangladesh in last November, Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj had made one important comment and stated one vital fact both of which indicated an increased trade cooperation between the two neighboring countries. Swaraj, while inaugurating the new Chancery Complex of the Indian High Commission in

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