Philippines Elections: Good News for Investors?

Philippines Elections: Good news for investors? The island nation of the Philippines is at a crossroads. The Presidential election scheduled for May 2022 holds the key to a complete economic recovery of the country that has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Running for elections this time are candidates with niche supporters. The front-runner is… Continue reading Philippines Elections: Good News for Investors?

Survival Guide for the 3rd Party Cookie Apocalypse Vojtech Kurka – Meiro

Survival guide for the 3rd party cookie apocalypse Vojtech Kurka – Meiro It’s quite a bit of a clickbait to say that Google killed the cookie. What’s more apt would be that Google made a landmark move against bad cookies – in favour of user privacy. The truth is, the crackdown is focused solely on… Continue reading Survival Guide for the 3rd Party Cookie Apocalypse Vojtech Kurka – Meiro

NFT Artists Build Digital Communities in SE Asia

NFT Artists Build Digital Communities in SE Asia Malaysian rapper Namewee became an overnight millionaire in November 2021 by selling his new release ‘Fragile’ as aNon-Fungible Token (NFT). His collection sold for 209 ETH or roughly $845,000. He was probably taking cues from the March NFT sale by digital artist Beeple where the art sold… Continue reading NFT Artists Build Digital Communities in SE Asia

The Decathlon Nudge to Take Up Sports

The Decathlon Nudge to Take Up Sports Singaporeans experienced their first-ever nationwide virtual sports carnival between July-August 2021. Many ran theirfirst virtual marathons or cycled to virtual landmarks, while others played sports such as football, basketball, andbadminton. While the initiative was promoted by a youth ministry body, Sport Singapore. It was Decathlon Singaporethat completely handled… Continue reading The Decathlon Nudge to Take Up Sports