Cryptocurrencies are all the rage. In fact, there was a huge surge in cryptocurrency trading last year, with over $20 billion being invested in cryptocurrencies. While many people are excited about this new technology and its potential to reshape our financial system, others may be concerned about their investments or don’t understand what cryptocurrency actually is. If you’re not sure where to start your research on this topic, join me as we dive into the basics of cryptocurrencies and how they work!
We humans inherently have a naturally prejudiced mindset. From an early age, we are socialized to believe that people with disabilities are not as good as others and should be treated differently. This idea of disability being a barrier to a person’s success is heavily ingrained in the minds of many people, including those who are disabled themselves.
This blog post will review ways to make the world more accessible and inclusive for people with disabilities. Find out how we can become a more empathetic society, teach kids to be more inclusive, and harness technology to make jobs accessible!
If we’re to assume that only actors are committing suicide then the answer is because they have lost the mob and applause of their audience. This is a very simplistic and naïve view of suicide, one that can be considered as naïveté or ignorance.
Women in India face a mid-life crisis earlier than usual due to the immense pressure they face to conform to society’s expectations. They are expected to be perfect wives, mothers, and homemakers while also juggling their careers. This often leads to feelings of inadequacy and dissatisfaction with their lives. Many women end up sacrificing their own needs and desires in order to meet these unrealistic standards. As a result, they can experience a mid-life crisis at a much younger age than women in other parts of the world.
Users & merchants have just managed to understand digital payments. Will the RBI’s new e-mandate push them out of their comfort zone?
On October 1, 2022, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) introduced card storage rules that prevent online merchants (like Amazon/Swiggy/Zomato) and payment aggregators & gateways (Razorpay and BillDesk) from storing credit and debit card details of their customers.
This has brought confusion among users, merchants, and payment aggregators especially because of the lack of clarity around recurring payments, EMI transactions, and even the readiness of smaller merchants.
Musings of a lonely woman in a shackled relationship.