This article is about a few educated guesses on what will be critical to e-commerce in 2022, along with some advice on how to prepare your brand or company.
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Digital commerce is not the same as commerce of digital goods. On the Metaverse, the line between physical and digital goods is blurry. NFTs are a good example.
With the basic idea that the metaverse will be a virtual world alongside and complementing our physical world, it follows that eCommerce will be part and parcel of the metaverse. After all, we buy sell things in the “real” world, so why not the metaverse? And you can be sure a company like Meta (née Facebook) wouldn’t be investing so heavily and so publicly in the metaverse if there wasn’t a buck in it.
Launching an e-commerce business is a rather complicated activity, especially for beginners. How to make people buy on your website, not any other? The answer is in thorough planning and management of e-commerce.
The best way to learn Blockchain is to learn by doing. You want to “understand” how Blockchain works – the underlying technology behind Bitcoin but everything is limited to “knowing” because it is only possible to skim through articles and video tutorials about Blockchain without examples. This article will help you create your own blockchain. If you follow through to the end of this tutorial, you will be able to create a working blockchain yourself and understand how it works.
The tragedy of e-commerce can be measured in percentage: 75.8% (almost 8 out of 10) of online shopping carts are abandoned without the purchase being completed. Deficient checkout processes are often singled out as the main cause, but many other problems faced by e-commerce consumers could be behind it. Here is 7 prominent hurdles that customers face while shopping on the web.
Blockchain has the ability to reshape the financial services industry and more than that. Here are 5 things you maybe don’t know about Blockchain. Blockchain IS NOT Bitcoin. Blockchain is not just for the finance. Blockchain started back 1990. There is 4 Blockchain Types and Blockchain is more than just a Ledger.
The architecture of Web 3.0 applications (or “DApps”) are completely different from Web 2.0 applications. Blockchain technology has unlocked an exciting new direction for Web 3.0 applications. In this article, we’re going to focus on what the Ethereum blockchain brings to the table.
In the blockchain world, you must have heard about “Web 2.0” and “Web 3.0” frequently. Web 2.0 is simply the web that we know today. Instead of static content, the web became a place for dynamic content, one where users are now able to interact with content published on the web. Web 3.0 is a Semantic Web. This means that rather than just searching for content based on keywords or numbers, we can use AI to understand the semantics (i.e. meaning) of the content on the web.
Blockchains are a decentralized system whereas most institutions are centralized. Blockchains are made up of blocks which contain data and are linked together. Hash functions are used to encrypt blocksBlockchains can be used to transfer items between two or more parties. There are many challenges that blockchains face, yet there are new innovative solutions that are making the technology more feasible.