So, you’ve decided to take the plunge. You pack up your cubicle in a cardboard box and declare it time to move on to better things; maybe even do the Jerry McGwire scene of “who’s coming with me?” Whether it may be a grumpy boss or limited prospects
7 (not so deadly) ways of making ends meet It’s that glorious time in college, and you’re still partying like it’s 1999 (I know I sure did). Schoolwork is coming together nicely, and everything is stacked up for blue skies and green fields. Something always, however, seems
“A rocket will never be able to leave the Earth’s atmosphere.” - The New York Times - 13th January 1920. This was the bold claim made by The New York Times in the early 1920s. Although cars had already become commonplace at the time, and technology was moving at
On the web, we are bombarded with an avalanche of messages through Email, Facebook, and almost any other portal you can think of (even Pinterest has a message section). Most of these messages may be benign enough to take at face value, but the truth is that some of them
We’ve all heard the bang. If you’re anybody who’s anybody living in this century, you will have probably come across the term ‘cryptocurrency,’ or as the younger folks conveniently refer to as they vape, ‘crypto.’ Money, or some form of it, has been around for years- roughly
Roald Dahl once wrote: “Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it.” It was magic when Ibrahim Farag, founder of Nexta, and Ahmed Hisham, cofounder, met at a Fintech course in Oxford and created their end product. As the box office hit movie ‘The Prestige’ explains, every
This one is quite the history trip but I promise to try to make it as fun as possible. ‘Money’ or ‘Currency’ is not a new-age concept. There are records of currencies that have been traced to over 7000 years ago (yes, three zeros). Before that, people bartered goods and
We’ve all sat through an often-agonizing Friday afternoon over at the dining table, checking our child’s progress in school and their homework. As a rule of thumb, they mainly study Science, Maths and some English; all noble pursuits I’m sure, but something always seems to be missing.