Recently, the financial services industry has witnessed an overdose of journalism surrounding JP Morgan's first (big) entry into the crypto-coin space, most of it is focused around questions related to Jamie Dimon's previous critical views about "Bitcoin" when he had said - "You can’t have a business where people can invent a currency out of thin air and think that people who are buying it are really smart. It's worse than tulip bulbs".
Blockchain, Cryptocurrency and Bitcoin have become more than just buzzwords, they're now part of modern business. The topics often become confused and conflated, being used interchangeably, which demonstrates our general lack of understanding within this space.
As form of basic explanation:
Cryptocurrency is digital money created from code, which is free from governmental oversight and is monitored by peer-to-peer internet protocol.
Interested in using blockchain, cryptocurrency and Bitcoin for your business but not sure where to start? This comprehensive guide covers the basics about these emerging technologies and reveals what they could mean for your company.
The jobs market is flooded with embellished CVs, fake references and dirty data. 86% of employers have uncovered lies or misrepresentations on a resume, and the other 14% presumably don’t look hard enough. Candidate verification is expensive and slow for the recruiter, and off-putting for the candidate – hence why we are witnessing an upsurge in movements like Hiring Without Whiteboards, and a disdain for HR and recruiters in general.