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  • The Blockchain's Effect On The Healthcare Industry

    The health industry has a problem in the way they track and file their data. Most companies have their own coding which is not transferable or compatible with other companies’ system. Additionally, there are issues of security, trust, economic competition and limitations of how much can be shared due to client privacy. The blockchain would help with the “patient’s current electronic medical record to provide a new level of data integrity and interoperability, meaning patient data could be shared across organizations and people without compromising the security of the information that’s stored” (Zaleski, 2016). Everyone could contribute to these ledgers but ultimately the owner, being you, would have the power to dictate who could view and update the content and make the connection back to…

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  • Bitcoin Research Paper

    Topic: Buying Bitcoin with PayPal Written by: Sonia As the world continues to progress at a fast pace, technology seems to be growing even faster. We have progresses from radio to television, from theatres to home video, from records to MP3’s and now, from paper money or physical currency… to virtual currency or otherwise known as Cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin are a few popular virtual currency and are gaining tremendous amount of popularity and notoriety these days. This…

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  • Jirir Case Study Jarir

    Porter forces: 8- Competition: the number of competitors in the market of many, but they are not strongly mark Jarir now and with, Jarir, to support the trademark more than during the special offers, ad campaigns and electronic marketing in social networking sites. 9- The negotiating strength of customers: We paid Jarir much satisfaction of their clients with products and high-quality services at competitive prices, and focus on the expansion of its customer base more and more and helped to…

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  • Ecological Theory Of Cyber Bullying

    With the quick and easy access to the internet and the popularity of social media, cyberbullying is a growing problem for school age children. Cyberbullying, also known as electronic bullying, is bullying through electronic devices. Cyberbullying can be described as “An aggressive, intentional act carried out by a group or individual, using electronic forms of contact, repeatedly and over time against a victim who cannot easily defend him or herself” (Smith, Mahdavi, Carvahol & Tippet, 2006.…

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  • Why Are Credit Cards Better Than Cash

    Paying cash is a direct way to purchase items between the consumer and cashier. Cash or credit are both used to pay bills and purchase everyday necessities. Consumers have choices as to how, when, and what is best for their own financial situation. Money is the topic of every generation and how and what is best for our finances depends upon convenience, safety, expense, acceptability, expense tracking, debt relief and also the interest rates that credit cards charge. Cash and credit cards have…

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  • Debit Cards Essay

    items or depositing a check into an account, there could be a hold on the money in the account. Having a hold on the money makes it harder to manage expenses. This leaves but two more realistic and in the light of the above, better choices, cash or credit. Whereas people like to use cash, others prefer to use…

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  • Social Market Vs Monetary Market

    Problem statements There are two sets of concepts that shall not be confused: social market verse monetary market; extrinsic incentives (motivations) and intrinsic incentives (motivations). Although they are also firstly studied by psychologists, they have significant differences. The major difference between the “social market” and the “monetary market” is simple: It depends on whether or not “money” is involved. (Heyman & Ariely, 2004) In terms of our experiment, I argue that knowledge can…

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  • Black Friday

    were happening that day. It was an interesting reaction to say the least, it was very interesting. Sticking to this commitment, meant a lot to me. Sticking to this was something that I can remember in the future. I didn’t follow suit with everyone and go out to shop for Black Friday. Most of the time it’s peer pressure anyway, you know you don’t really want to go because you don’t have much money to begin with. But, your friends or family tell you to just go and even if you don’t get anything…

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  • Analysis On Why Student Athletes Should Be Paid

    However, highly recruited athletes already collect free clothes, electronics, and other perks for signing or visiting a school. If the NCAA decided to pay these athletes, the competitiveness of these sports would fluctuate. Student-Athletes inherit zero debt, which changes their thinking after graduation when they…

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  • Persuasive Essay Against Minimalism

    Will Roger’s once said, “Too many people spend money they have not earned, to buy things they do not want, to impress people they don’t like.” People should not live their lives trying to please others by having the biggest house, the most expensive car, or the fanciest yacht. Nor should we feel the need to update everything we own once a year. Minimalism is a lifestyle that says we should not focus on materialistic items, but rather the people around us. People need to focus on relationships…

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