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Nadia Vanderhall
$WU is joining the influx of companies obtaining IP via trademarks showing their plans to move into Blockchain and Web3. One of the things I felt that we would be seeing more of is trademarks filings that give the roadmap of what platforms/brands would be doing w/in Web3. Western Union wants to launch its own virtual currency exchange and cryptocurrency token. Due to their current model - I canSee more
At the top of the year I stated that we will see a expansion of #ETFs in many industries — #metaverse , #digitalpayments , #digitalrealestate etc… And now we have a new category —- K POP. I’m serious. See more
Quick Take: How would you like to pay for your gas inside of your car? Looks like $AAPL is bringing that to its CarPlay platform. If you’re wondering what CarPlay is — Apple CarPlay is a feature in new cars (and some aftermarket car stereos) that allows you to control and view certain iPhone- or iPad-based apps through the dashboard's media system, including moving-map navigation functionality.See more

$AAPL annouced during #wwdc22 the launch of Apple Pay Later, which is like their version of Buy Now, Pay Later. You’ll be able to pay for installments over six weeks. You’ll pay the first payment up front and the other three every two weeks. Payments are managed in the Wallet app, and you can pay them in advance if you want. I really felt more companies were going to bring #bnpl in house due to the popularity of it with consumers. Apple has been really beefing up it payments initiatives (digital and this one talked about it here — and it’s exciting to see! Do you see $AAPL doing well with Apple Pay Later? Add commentary below! #digitalpayments #waitandsee #possibilities #futurefocused

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I know folks are talking about $SHOP and their pending 10-for-1 stock split. To sum it up, if you’re holding one share of the stock. It will split into 10 shares while keeping the value of the share you held before the split the same. But the share price will decrease. But this one is different, they want to lock in the “founder share” — the reason is due to seeing the structure of companies ovSee more
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$AAPL continues to be one of my companies to scroll about.. and for good reason. Beside having cash + market cap — they are also making some solid moves when it comes to innovation. So — one of the areas I’ve been locked in on is #AI … their latest acquisition of AI Music. This company focuses on artificial intelligence to generate tailor-made music. Also can play into #data … another area to watch foSee more
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