Reset 2022 Cryptocurrency Strategy, as Bitcoin Shows Renewed Risks/Volatility

“Big Crypto”- Bitcoin, others will be under a lot more EU, US lawmakers, FTC, and SEC scrutiny and regulations, including consumer protections over the next 12 months. In 2021, Bitcoin’s exuberance is exposing investors to a high level of volatility and risks. Bitcoin’s technology is obsolete, uses too much miner energy consumption, and does not scale for global high-volume transactions. Investors and crypto corporations must reset their cryptocurrency strategy now for 2022. A 2022 cryptocurrency strategic playbook calls for a transition to the second-generation (2nd Gen) Proof-of-Stake (POS) blockchain coins, such as an Ethereum 2.0 POS platform, in mid-2022. US megabank forecasts predict new financial staking services to be valued at $9B. When Ethereum 2.0/EHT goes online, then staking services jump to $20B. Ethereum 2.0 should be a game-changer as well as the leader in the cryptocurrency space.

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Being screwed by big tech? The regulators won’t save you

  It’s in the news all the time – regulators are looking at big tech.  The European Commission threatens big tech with violations of competition law.  In the US, the FTC and DoJ are conducting anti-trust investigations. It’s time to break up big tech, right?  Wrong – it ain’t gonna happen. Now why is that…

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IBM Watson Orchestrate: a dramatic step forward but will it work?

Watson Orchestrate is part of IBM’s larger automation strategy to help users be more productive by automating tasks. In IBM’s own words: Self-service automation Your own personal AI, in the tools you already use. Watson Orchestrate gives you interactive AI–in tools like email and Slack–to increase your productivity. This isn’t a static bot programmed by…

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Best Practices to Make the Pandemic Crisis into a Workplace Opportunity

For most organizations, the period when they had to cope with the sudden need to work remotely is long over. The challenge for organizations now is to move from simply coping with changed circumstances to thriving in the new world. Organizations need to take advantage of the forced changes to implement improvements in working practices…

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C-Suite Leadership: Engage in Remote Hybrid Support Strategies for a Workforce Back To Work Journey 

As employees return to onsite work, transformative opportunities abound. A Hybrid Dynamic-Workforce Productivity (HDWP) Model can enable greater flexibility for businesses and achieve better workforce productivity. C-suite must engage the workforce for new remote work support strategies.

There are five critical post-COVID CEO and C-suite workforce takeaways for back-to-work readiness.

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