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  • Cryptocurrency Analysis

    used to access the wallet which is a similar looking combination of letters and numbers. Each coin operates on a different algorithm forcing wallets to also operate on seperate algorithms. Meaning coins of different type can not be sent to a wallet of another coin. Each wallet is connected to a central "blockchain" that hosts the logs of every single transaction in the cyrptocurrency network. After obtaining a wallet of the desired coin type the user is ready to aquire the coins which can be done in a few different ways. The most common mean of obtaining coins is purchasing through one of the many exchange services that buy and sell coins for more standard forms of currency. Most money changers are extremely strict and often require a proof of address and identification to comply with anti money laundering logging procedures. You can also "mine" for coins. Mining is the process of verifying the users transactions and adding them to the blockchain. This introduces new coins into the circulation as miners are rewarded for every transaction they process. Each time a series of transactions or a "block" is solved the system makes the algorithm to verify these transaction harder. In Bitcoin 's case the rewards were designed to cut in half every four years to prevent inflation and keep the total number of coins in circulation to 21 million. As the difficulty gets higher it requires more resources to effeciently make a profit. With Bitcoin 's difficulty rising to levels that…

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  • Concept Attainment Case Study

    216). The practice puts students’ questions at the center of the curriculum, and places just as much value on the element skills of research as it does on knowledge and understanding of content. To use inquiry teaching in class, I will begin by explain the procedure of inquiry, then showing a short video clip of a person stacking Styrofoam cups in a doorway (p. 219). After the video clip is shown, I will draw four quadrants on the board and title them as follows: quadrant 1 (Yes or No…

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  • Vidcon's Marketing Strategy

    VidCon has been around for six years now and continues to grow. The marketing strategies they use, definitely lean heavily on the creators that will be in attendance. While you will not see many ads on television you will see plenty on the internet, manly YouTube. This means that when a YouTube creator or Vine star decides that they are going to attend VidCon they promote it in what seems like every video they do, before the event takes place. VidCon also has its website where you can keep…

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  • Kingbach Personality

    Andrew Bachelor is currently one of the most popular actors of this century. However, if you call him by his real name around others, they probably won’t know who you’re talking about. If you say “KingBach”, people will instantly laugh and smile. Andrew Bachelor has created the “KingBach” television personality on YouTube, and now this personality is all over TV. This personality is well known for discussing a wide variety of topics in a hilarious way. “KingBach” currently has the most followers…

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  • The Importance Of Digital Marketing Videos

    If you are (and I hope you are) an avid reader of all my posts, you know that my focus is on helping small businesses connect the digital marketing dots. Today 's post is no different other than the topic, which is videos. Many of you are probably saying, "Ummm Suzan, remember I 'm a small business. I don 't have the funds or expertise to produce videos." I never said you had to have money or expertise. I also, have never led you down the wrong path and I never will. Believe me, when I…

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  • The Power Of Habit Essay

    I have a habit of wasting time watching videos when homework is supposed to be my priority. It happens when I’m home by myself, and I get bored. When I’m bored, I tend to think about what kind of food there is in the kitchen, and then I find myself in there looking for something to eat. When I find something to cook, I bring my laptop or iPad so I can listen to music while I make my food. Then I eat and watch videos. This routine also happens when I have homework to work on (I like working at a…

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  • Argumentative Essay Football

    In my argumentative essay I defend why football is a dangerous sport and should be avoided with young children ages 6-12. My previous essay used data from secondary sources and primary sources, however supporting my stance with only words was a challenge. Without visual and audio elements I felt I had trouble communicating with the reader. My remediation into a prezi uses a combination of videos and images to present the consequences of playing football. To support my claims I use evidence from…

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  • Mobile Video Case Study

    YouTube usage rates on tablets average 9 hours a month. Audiences are already watching on all screens even if brand content is still catching up. With such high engagement rates continuing to rise across channels, marketers must commit to creating smart mobile video or risk leaving money on the table. This leads to an important question: what other obstacles are left for the rise of mobile video? It’s clear that adoption across all mobile devices is on the rise. The numbers don’t lie.…

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  • Mozart On Water Glasses Essay

    Lesson rationale: Majority of the Australian children are attracted by the music, especially from newborn to primary school ages. They listen to music at home and in the school. Learning music is to stimulate the student’s cognitive development to develop better and enhance their abilities to produce a high performance in learning mathematic (Bilhartz et al., 1999, pp. 615-636). This activity will allow them to use the digital technology to watch two video clips, about the people using many…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Internet Television

    or Hulu Plus. Netflix for example starts at $7.99 a month for access to thousands of television shows and movies on demand (“Netflix”). Other sites like Netflix that charge a fee usually do not charge over $10 a month. Amazon’s Prime Instant Video for instance, charges $99 dollars for a year’s subscription, which divided by twelve comes to $8.25 a month. Along with access to “unlimited” shows and movies come access to “over five hundred free books” and more than a million songs to listen to…

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