The evolution of the web. Photo courtesy of Blockgeeks Web 3.0 is still being defined but experts believe it will create a deeply indexed information superhighway not only serving its users with a unique experience based on preference, but it will also support an army of artificially intelligent virtual agents capable of analyzing petabytes of unstructured data and returning actionable results. Sounds brilliant, but hard realities like the one-size-fits all cloud solutions offered by AWS and the relative immutability of the speed of light, our current system would crumble under the weight of Web 3.0. Companies like Ampd Ventures (AMPD.C) are positioning to facilitate Web 3.0 with their leading-edge last-mile high performance computing solutions.
Equity.Guru podcast – A Closer Look: Azincourt Energy (AAZ.V) turning Athabasca uranium project into gold
Uranium is volatile both atomically and as a commodity. Currently pricing has hit a low, but its not bottomed out and external pressures from a declining supply and increasing demand, could see this nuclear fuel spike on the boards within the next year. This bodes well for Athabasca uranium.
Esports isn’t coming, it’s already here. With players making millions playing their favorite game, the constant jabbering of parents telling their kids to shut off the video game and go outside, now seems counterproductive to a successful life.
Last week, the International Copper Study Group stated that copper demand has exceeded supply by 155,000 metric tons in the first four months of this year.
Ampd Technologies is seeking to make a debut on the public markets soon and purports to have a high performance computing solution that will solve cloud computing’s latency issues and the one-size-fits-all philosophy of sector giant, Amazon Web Services (AMZN).
Equity.Guru podcast: Eureka 93 (ERKA.C) provides answers on dissolved partnership and 15:1 share rollback
Eureka 93 (ERKA.C) is trying to get back on track in the wake of a dissolved partnership with Canopy Growth (WEED.T), a 15:1 share rollback and an eight-month trading halt.
Fake News. You’ve heard about it, we’ve written about it. But while it’s one thing to read about the Clinton Crime Family and their bodycount, it’s another thing entirely to try and make a clear-headed and rational financial investment with so much noise in financial media.
While the hype around Libra and Bitcoin’s latest run is drawing everyone’s attention, there are real no-bullshit blockchain companies making big strides towards mainstream acceptability.
The cannabis sector is rife with rainmakers and the market caps have shown it. Now that the industry is maturing and investors are seeing the emperor as the naked man he is, many companies are in free fall over one thing – promises made, but never delivered.
Miners and mining have got a bad rap recently. The Imperial Mines tailing pond fiasco showed just how stupid things can get, but mineral exploration plays an important role in our day-to-day lives that cannot be replaced and the Vancouver Island gold rush literally helped put this province on the map.
Another seven days have passed and the crypto-currency world remains on a tear, particularly a digital coin that everybody, including its creators, thought was a joke, that is until now.