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According to the report, most of $1.1 trillion in the total economic growth in the next 11 years can come from ancillary digital asset-related businesses that are yet to be invented.

'Web 3.0' envisions a decentralised future where users and machines are able to interact with data via asmart, digital contracts' over peer-to-peer networks, without the need for Big Tech.

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NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) are an intriguing and powerful component of the crypto realm.

Solana, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies such as Shiba Inu and Lite Coin had a spectacular year last year, as did a number of other cryptocurrencies. Because of the volatile nature of cryptocurrencies, there is never a guarantee that this level of success will be sustained.

These currencies that are spoken about here, on the other hand, are laying the groundwork for billion-dollar investments in the future, regardless of how precarious the ground may seem to be at times. Because a lack of investigation and awareness may result in many hazards when making investments, it is critical that you constantly double-check any information you get before acting on it or investing.

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Women offer a unique set of skills to the office that can boost productivity and enhance the working environment.

Jobs in the trading sector were formerly exclusively reserved for males, but those days are long gone. Considering a career in the trades has never been more appealing to a woman than it is now. It's possible that when you think of the trade sector, you get a picture in your mind of a hulking guy. This, however, is a persistent misconception that couldn't be farther from reality. By generating new employment, expanding consumer choice, and strengthening women's bargaining power in society, trade has the potential to enhance women's lives significantly. Nonetheless, women's connection with trade is complicated since doing so might result in employment losses and labour concentration in lower-skilled occupations for certain women.

Construction and the skilled trades have not made as much progress as other sectors in terms of outreach and employment of women, despite increased efforts by other businesses. Women offer a unique set of skills to the office that can boost productivity and enhance the working environment. Additionally, acquiring a skilled profession provides the same benefits for women that it has traditionally offered to men: it gives a road to stable, well-paying employment that cannot be outsourced. Is it possible that women will be the future of the skilled trades? Yes. The market requires their presence, not because they are women, but because women are as talented as their male counterparts, and there is enough work to go around. Women also offer fresh insights into traditional trades, and they are an essential part of the solution to the growing labour crisis.

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Einstein's famous dictum 'imagination is more important than knowledge' also speaks of the relevance of the versatility of the human mind. Pixabay

Intelligence is all about deciphering what lies ahead — analysis of what happened in the past and a capacity to determine what entails for the future in the goings-on of the present, certainly help but Einstein’s famous dictum ‘imagination is more important than knowledge’ also speaks of the relevance of the versatility of the human mind that could see beyond what the ‘facts’ presented to the analyst meant and thus enrich the assessment. All of this seems to have guided the US National Intelligence Council’s 20-year forecast of where the world would be, published recently.

It is a sobering thought that today strategic assessments have ceased to have a long life since the world could change faster than the calculated shifts and therefore the best that such an exercise could do is to project the trends and legitimately conclude where these, if unchecked, would end. Global readings are basically premised on the doings of human beings as a whole and the NIC has rightly identified five crucial areas in play where manmade changes would contribute to the shape of things to come — international relations, global economy, technology, environment, and domestic management of governance. Long-range trends can be established and their cumulative effect read through a competitive analysis in which legitimacy of ‘imagination’ as mentioned above would also play a part. But what about a crisis not directly created by man, like Covid? An infliction by nature that affected the entire humanity would set the clock back for the analysts in the sense that they would have to recalibrate their entire readings afresh.

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