The Financial Future Your Freelance Work, With New Technologies Such As Blockchain


To date, there are a handful of companies that are already using blockchain technology to help make the future of work the best it can possibly be.

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Getting jobs done quickly without the need to hire a full-time employee is advantageous to companies, both from a financial perspective and in terms of legal liability. Additionally, with the rise in self-employment and the number of small to medium-sized businesses, many entrepreneurs simply lack the budget necessary to hire a skilled developer, marketer or writer on a full-time basis, making freelancers the only viable option to keep them competitive.

These freelancing platforms allow for employers to gain access to thousands of freelancers in nearly any industry. From having a quick and seamless payment system to the transparency of a freelancer’s rates to having access to their work history and reviews, there are a number of benefits to these online marketplaces relative to hiring a freelancer outside of such a curated platform.

  • Publisher: Forbes
  • Date: 2018-10-06
  • Author: Yoav Vilner
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The 100 coolest people in UK tech

It has been an epochal year for the British technology industry, provoking searching questions about protecting people’s privacy and safety, and regulating Silicon Valley’s behemoths.

At the centre of it all was Facebook, humbled by the Cambridge Analytica scandal which took place on British soil. But at the same time there have been cutting edge technological developments, blockbuster funding rounds, and exciting new players entering the space.

Every year, Business Insider publishes the UK Tech 100 — a ranking of the 100 coolest people in the UK tech scene. It celebrates the vibrant array of people working to scale companies, develop exciting new research, and shed light on the latest advances (and scandals) in the industry.

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Facebook Says Security Breach Affected Almost 50 Million Accounts

Facebook does not yet know who carried out the attacks or where they were based. The company knows the attackers attempted to access profile information but not whether they succeeded. Joel Saget/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

Jumping ahead.

Facebook says that it has discovered a security breach affecting nearly 50 million accounts and that it’s not yet clear whether any information was accessed or any accounts were otherwise misused.

But as a result of the breach, attackers could gain access to a user’s account ‘ hypothetically giving them the ability not only to view information, but also to use the account as though they were the account holder.

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Tech entrepreneurs see Ukraine as future IT leader

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