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ВРЕМЯ ТРЕНИНГОВ
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Обожаю тренинги, тематические семинары, форумы, конференции.
Это те вещи, которые лично мне помогают выйти на новые уровни саморазвития и это то, что приносит деньги в перспективе. Помогает увидеть свою зону комфорта со стороны, уйти и не возвращаться к ней больше никогда. Все эти мероприятия помогают мне держаться в фокусе, потоке, заряжают мотивацией и энергией. Посещая очередной тренинг я понимаю, что это новая ступень для меня и что на прежнюю я больше не вернусь. Гора возможностей передо мною, потенциал, обмен опытом, полезные знакомства. Это то, что делает меня сильнее, устойчивее и мужественней.
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Каждому своё, нравится прокачиваться через тренинги - отлично, иди в эту сторону!
Заряжает спорт, хобби - отлично, занимайся!
Вдохновляют концерты - отлично!
Нравится экстремальные развлечения - будь аккуратен, страхуйся и делай это!
Я знаю, что действуя у тебя всё получится! 👍
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Что Вам даёт силу, мотивацию? Какое бизнесовое событие последний раз посещали? Поделитесь своими впечатлениями❕
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#заметкипороха #тренинги #конференция #форум #криптовалюта #трейдинг #личныйбренд #cryptotrading #блокчейн #blockchaintechnology  #kyivgram #vscokyiv #instakyiv #moscowsity.

ВРЕМЯ ТРЕНИНГОВ ⠀ Обожаю тренинги, тематические семинары, форумы, конференции. Это те вещи, которые лично мне помогают выйти на новые уровни саморазвития и это то, что приносит деньги в перспективе. Помогает увидеть свою зону комфорта со стороны, уйти и не возвращаться к ней больше никогда. Все эти мероприятия помогают мне держаться в фокусе, потоке, заряжают мотивацией и энергией. Посещая очередной тренинг я понимаю, что это новая ступень для меня и что на прежнюю я больше не вернусь. Гора возможностей передо мною, потенциал, обмен опытом, полезные знакомства. Это то, что делает меня сильнее, устойчивее и мужественней. ⠀ Каждому своё, нравится прокачиваться через тренинги - отлично, иди в эту сторону! Заряжает спорт, хобби - отлично, занимайся! Вдохновляют концерты - отлично! Нравится экстремальные развлечения - будь аккуратен, страхуйся и делай это! Я знаю, что действуя у тебя всё получится! 👍 ⠀ Что Вам даёт силу, мотивацию? Какое бизнесовое событие последний раз посещали? Поделитесь своими впечатлениями❕ ⠀ #заметкипороха #тренинги #конференция #форум #криптовалюта #трейдинг #личныйбренд #cryptotrading #блокчейн #blockchaintechnology #kyivgram #vscokyiv #instakyiv #moscowsity ...

⚜️Our new currency is on the way! BLVCK DIVMOND (BLVK) is a perfect ERC-20 asset for your Entrepreneurial needs. 
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#blvckdivmond #cryptocurrency #crypto #cryptonews #erc20 #token #blockchain #blockchaintechnology #blockchainnews #blockchaintech #blockchaincommunity #blockchainrevolution #blockchaindevelopers #blockchaindevelopment.

⚜️Our new currency is on the way! BLVCK DIVMOND (BLVK) is a perfect ERC-20 asset for your Entrepreneurial needs. _ #blvckdivmond #cryptocurrency #crypto #cryptonews #erc20 #token #blockchain #blockchaintechnology #blockchainnews #blockchaintech #blockchaincommunity #blockchainrevolution #blockchaindevelopers #blockchaindevelopment ...

In Iceland, the use of electronic money is already allowed💪
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Iceland's Financial Supervision Authority (FME) has approved the activities of Monerium, which issues secured electronic money on the Ethereum blockchain (ETH)👌
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Monerium was the first start-up in the country to receive permission to provide blockchain-based payment services with the use of electronic currencies.
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Monerium intends to launch a digital currency tied to the local krona (ISK), which eventually will be used in the international payments without the participation of intermediaries.
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At the first stage, the service will be available in the EU countries✊
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#blockchainstreet #blockchain_street #bsj_island #island #reykjavik #eu #europeanunion🇪🇺 #ethereum #cryptocurrency #cryptos #eucountries #blockchaintechnology #blockchain_programin #blockchainstreetjournal #blockchainrevolution #blockchain.

In Iceland, the use of electronic money is already allowed💪 ⠀ Iceland's Financial Supervision Authority (FME) has approved the activities of Monerium, which issues secured electronic money on the Ethereum blockchain (ETH)👌 ⠀ Monerium was the first start-up in the country to receive permission to provide blockchain-based payment services with the use of electronic currencies. ⠀ Monerium intends to launch a digital currency tied to the local krona (ISK), which eventually will be used in the international payments without the participation of intermediaries. ⠀ At the first stage, the service will be available in the EU countries✊ ⠀ #blockchainstreet #blockchain_street #bsj_island #island #reykjavik #eu #europeanunion 🇪🇺 #ethereum #cryptocurrency #cryptos #eucountries #blockchaintechnology #blockchain_programin #blockchainstreetjournal #blockchainrevolution #blockchain ...

Shoppers Drug Mart is planning to launch a pilot program for cannabis supply chain tracking following the partnership with #blockchain company TruTrace Technologies Inc.
Read the full news here 👉👇
http://qoo.ly/x2bn5
#cryptocurrencynews #cryptocurrency #cryptocurrencytrading #blockchaintechnology #blockchainnews #cryptos #cryptoworld #cryptocurrencies #bitcoin #altcoin #altcoinsidekick #coins #cryptotrade #cryptolife #cryptomoney #cryptoinvestor #cryptonews #cryptotrading #digitalcurrency.

Shoppers Drug Mart is planning to launch a pilot program for cannabis supply chain tracking following the partnership with #blockchain company TruTrace Technologies Inc. Read the full news here 👉👇 http://qoo.ly/x2bn5 #cryptocurrencynews #cryptocurrency #cryptocurrencytrading #blockchaintechnology #blockchainnews #cryptos #cryptoworld #cryptocurrencies #bitcoin #altcoin #altcoinsidekick #coins #cryptotrade #cryptolife #cryptomoney #cryptoinvestor #cryptonews #cryptotrading #digitalcurrency ...

Life is on an ocean of opportunities.
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#surfercoder #halffull #openyourmind #followyourpath #positivevibes.

Life is on an ocean of opportunities. 🌊🌊🌊🌊 #surfercoder #halffull #openyourmind #followyourpath #positivevibes ...

TON from Telegram will be launched by the end of this year
Insider information appeared about the launch of the long-awaited project from Telegram –Telegram Open Network✊
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According to the investor, Telegram representatives are confident that they will be able to finish work on the service in the third quarter of this year.
The creators of the project noted that the testing is successful, and this “instills confidence that the Byzantine algorithm
the work and the TON virtual machine will function as specified in the documents. ”
Recently, the company conducted a beta test of TON, which showed excellent results and the testers were very pleased with the work of the project
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Well, Durov nailed it🤘😎
#durov #paveldurov #TON #telegram #blockchaintechnology #blockchain_programin #blockchainstreet #blockchaincompany #blockchain_street #blockchainstreetjournal #blockchainrevolution #blockchain_platform #blockchain #blockchain_experts #blockchainproject #news #technews.

TON from Telegram will be launched by the end of this year Insider information appeared about the launch of the long-awaited project from Telegram –Telegram Open Network✊ ⠀ According to the investor, Telegram representatives are confident that they will be able to finish work on the service in the third quarter of this year. The creators of the project noted that the testing is successful, and this “instills confidence that the Byzantine algorithm the work and the TON virtual machine will function as specified in the documents. ” Recently, the company conducted a beta test of TON, which showed excellent results and the testers were very pleased with the work of the project ⠀ Well, Durov nailed it🤘😎 #durov #paveldurov #TON #telegram #blockchaintechnology #blockchain_programin #blockchainstreet #blockchaincompany #blockchain_street #blockchainstreetjournal #blockchainrevolution #blockchain_platform #blockchain #blockchain_experts #blockchainproject #news #technews ...

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The Chinese Community Party hopes to have its social credit system fully operational across the entire country by 2020. What the CCP calls a social credit system, others are calling China a “digital dictatorship.”
The social credit system aims to incentivise “trustworthy” behaviour through penalties as well as rewards. According to a government document about the system dating from 2014, the aim is to “allow the trustworthy to roam everywhere under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step.” Social credit offences range from not paying individual taxes or fines to spreading false information and taking drugs. More minor violations include using expired tickets, smoking on a train or not walking a dog on a leash.
Local governments and agencies have been piloting aspects of the system, which will eventually give every Chinese citizen a personalised score.
By 2018, the Chinese government has installed close to 200 million surveillance cameras across the country, which amounts to approximately 1 camera per 7 citizens. For reference, approximately 40 million surveillance cameras were active in the United States in 2014. 
Critics said authorities in China were using technology and big data to create an Orwellian state of mass surveillance and control.
The same technology, derived from systems developed by Facebook and Google, is available nearly everywhere. Several Central and South American countries have been developing plans similar to China’s. How long would it take for all the less populous nations of the world to implement controls that would blacklist their citizens as well?
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 13
#socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution.

The Chinese Community Party hopes to have its social credit system fully operational across the entire country by 2020. What the CCP calls a social credit system, others are calling China a “digital dictatorship.” The social credit system aims to incentivise “trustworthy” behaviour through penalties as well as rewards. According to a government document about the system dating from 2014, the aim is to “allow the trustworthy to roam everywhere under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step.” Social credit offences range from not paying individual taxes or fines to spreading false information and taking drugs. More minor violations include using expired tickets, smoking on a train or not walking a dog on a leash. Local governments and agencies have been piloting aspects of the system, which will eventually give every Chinese citizen a personalised score. By 2018, the Chinese government has installed close to 200 million surveillance cameras across the country, which amounts to approximately 1 camera per 7 citizens. For reference, approximately 40 million surveillance cameras were active in the United States in 2014. Critics said authorities in China were using technology and big data to create an Orwellian state of mass surveillance and control. The same technology, derived from systems developed by Facebook and Google, is available nearly everywhere. Several Central and South American countries have been developing plans similar to China’s. How long would it take for all the less populous nations of the world to implement controls that would blacklist their citizens as well? Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 13 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution ...

The Chinese Community Party hopes to have its social credit system fully operational across the entire country by 2020. What the CCP calls a social credit system, others are calling China a “digital dictatorship.”
The social credit system aims to incentivise “trustworthy” behaviour through penalties as well as rewards. According to a government document about the system dating from 2014, the aim is to “allow the trustworthy to roam everywhere under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step.” Social credit offences range from not paying individual taxes or fines to spreading false information and taking drugs. More minor violations include using expired tickets, smoking on a train or not walking a dog on a leash.
Local governments and agencies have been piloting aspects of the system, which will eventually give every Chinese citizen a personalised score.
By 2018, the Chinese government has installed close to 200 million surveillance cameras across the country, which amounts to approximately 1 camera per 7 citizens. For reference, approximately 40 million surveillance cameras were active in the United States in 2014. 
Critics said authorities in China were using technology and big data to create an Orwellian state of mass surveillance and control.
The same technology, derived from systems developed by Facebook and Google, is available nearly everywhere. Several Central and South American countries have been developing plans similar to China’s. How long would it take for all the less populous nations of the world to implement controls that would blacklist their citizens as well?
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 14
#socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution.

The Chinese Community Party hopes to have its social credit system fully operational across the entire country by 2020. What the CCP calls a social credit system, others are calling China a “digital dictatorship.” The social credit system aims to incentivise “trustworthy” behaviour through penalties as well as rewards. According to a government document about the system dating from 2014, the aim is to “allow the trustworthy to roam everywhere under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step.” Social credit offences range from not paying individual taxes or fines to spreading false information and taking drugs. More minor violations include using expired tickets, smoking on a train or not walking a dog on a leash. Local governments and agencies have been piloting aspects of the system, which will eventually give every Chinese citizen a personalised score. By 2018, the Chinese government has installed close to 200 million surveillance cameras across the country, which amounts to approximately 1 camera per 7 citizens. For reference, approximately 40 million surveillance cameras were active in the United States in 2014. Critics said authorities in China were using technology and big data to create an Orwellian state of mass surveillance and control. The same technology, derived from systems developed by Facebook and Google, is available nearly everywhere. Several Central and South American countries have been developing plans similar to China’s. How long would it take for all the less populous nations of the world to implement controls that would blacklist their citizens as well? Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 14 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution ...

The Chinese Community Party hopes to have its social credit system fully operational across the entire country by 2020. What the CCP calls a social credit system, others are calling China a “digital dictatorship.”
The social credit system aims to incentivise “trustworthy” behaviour through penalties as well as rewards. According to a government document about the system dating from 2014, the aim is to “allow the trustworthy to roam everywhere under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step.” Social credit offences range from not paying individual taxes or fines to spreading false information and taking drugs. More minor violations include using expired tickets, smoking on a train or not walking a dog on a leash.
Local governments and agencies have been piloting aspects of the system, which will eventually give every Chinese citizen a personalised score.
By 2018, the Chinese government has installed close to 200 million surveillance cameras across the country, which amounts to approximately 1 camera per 7 citizens. For reference, approximately 40 million surveillance cameras were active in the United States in 2014. 
Critics said authorities in China were using technology and big data to create an Orwellian state of mass surveillance and control.
The same technology, derived from systems developed by Facebook and Google, is available nearly everywhere. Several Central and South American countries have been developing plans similar to China’s. How long would it take for all the less populous nations of the world to implement controls that would blacklist their citizens as well?
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 15
#socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution.

The Chinese Community Party hopes to have its social credit system fully operational across the entire country by 2020. What the CCP calls a social credit system, others are calling China a “digital dictatorship.” The social credit system aims to incentivise “trustworthy” behaviour through penalties as well as rewards. According to a government document about the system dating from 2014, the aim is to “allow the trustworthy to roam everywhere under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step.” Social credit offences range from not paying individual taxes or fines to spreading false information and taking drugs. More minor violations include using expired tickets, smoking on a train or not walking a dog on a leash. Local governments and agencies have been piloting aspects of the system, which will eventually give every Chinese citizen a personalised score. By 2018, the Chinese government has installed close to 200 million surveillance cameras across the country, which amounts to approximately 1 camera per 7 citizens. For reference, approximately 40 million surveillance cameras were active in the United States in 2014. Critics said authorities in China were using technology and big data to create an Orwellian state of mass surveillance and control. The same technology, derived from systems developed by Facebook and Google, is available nearly everywhere. Several Central and South American countries have been developing plans similar to China’s. How long would it take for all the less populous nations of the world to implement controls that would blacklist their citizens as well? Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 15 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution ...

The Chinese Community Party hopes to have its social credit system fully operational across the entire country by 2020. What the CCP calls a social credit system, others are calling China a “digital dictatorship.”
The social credit system aims to incentivise “trustworthy” behaviour through penalties as well as rewards. According to a government document about the system dating from 2014, the aim is to “allow the trustworthy to roam everywhere under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step.” Social credit offences range from not paying individual taxes or fines to spreading false information and taking drugs. More minor violations include using expired tickets, smoking on a train or not walking a dog on a leash.
Local governments and agencies have been piloting aspects of the system, which will eventually give every Chinese citizen a personalised score.
By 2018, the Chinese government has installed close to 200 million surveillance cameras across the country, which amounts to approximately 1 camera per 7 citizens. For reference, approximately 40 million surveillance cameras were active in the United States in 2014. 
Critics said authorities in China were using technology and big data to create an Orwellian state of mass surveillance and control.
The same technology, derived from systems developed by Facebook and Google, is available nearly everywhere. Several Central and South American countries have been developing plans similar to China’s. How long would it take for all the less populous nations of the world to implement controls that would blacklist their citizens as well?
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 10
#socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution.

The Chinese Community Party hopes to have its social credit system fully operational across the entire country by 2020. What the CCP calls a social credit system, others are calling China a “digital dictatorship.” The social credit system aims to incentivise “trustworthy” behaviour through penalties as well as rewards. According to a government document about the system dating from 2014, the aim is to “allow the trustworthy to roam everywhere under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step.” Social credit offences range from not paying individual taxes or fines to spreading false information and taking drugs. More minor violations include using expired tickets, smoking on a train or not walking a dog on a leash. Local governments and agencies have been piloting aspects of the system, which will eventually give every Chinese citizen a personalised score. By 2018, the Chinese government has installed close to 200 million surveillance cameras across the country, which amounts to approximately 1 camera per 7 citizens. For reference, approximately 40 million surveillance cameras were active in the United States in 2014. Critics said authorities in China were using technology and big data to create an Orwellian state of mass surveillance and control. The same technology, derived from systems developed by Facebook and Google, is available nearly everywhere. Several Central and South American countries have been developing plans similar to China’s. How long would it take for all the less populous nations of the world to implement controls that would blacklist their citizens as well? Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 10 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution ...

The Chinese Community Party hopes to have its social credit system fully operational across the entire country by 2020. What the CCP calls a social credit system, others are calling China a “digital dictatorship.”
The social credit system aims to incentivise “trustworthy” behaviour through penalties as well as rewards. According to a government document about the system dating from 2014, the aim is to “allow the trustworthy to roam everywhere under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step.” Social credit offences range from not paying individual taxes or fines to spreading false information and taking drugs. More minor violations include using expired tickets, smoking on a train or not walking a dog on a leash.
Local governments and agencies have been piloting aspects of the system, which will eventually give every Chinese citizen a personalised score.
By 2018, the Chinese government has installed close to 200 million surveillance cameras across the country, which amounts to approximately 1 camera per 7 citizens. For reference, approximately 40 million surveillance cameras were active in the United States in 2014. 
Critics said authorities in China were using technology and big data to create an Orwellian state of mass surveillance and control.
The same technology, derived from systems developed by Facebook and Google, is available nearly everywhere. Several Central and South American countries have been developing plans similar to China’s. How long would it take for all the less populous nations of the world to implement controls that would blacklist their citizens as well?
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 11
#socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution.

The Chinese Community Party hopes to have its social credit system fully operational across the entire country by 2020. What the CCP calls a social credit system, others are calling China a “digital dictatorship.” The social credit system aims to incentivise “trustworthy” behaviour through penalties as well as rewards. According to a government document about the system dating from 2014, the aim is to “allow the trustworthy to roam everywhere under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step.” Social credit offences range from not paying individual taxes or fines to spreading false information and taking drugs. More minor violations include using expired tickets, smoking on a train or not walking a dog on a leash. Local governments and agencies have been piloting aspects of the system, which will eventually give every Chinese citizen a personalised score. By 2018, the Chinese government has installed close to 200 million surveillance cameras across the country, which amounts to approximately 1 camera per 7 citizens. For reference, approximately 40 million surveillance cameras were active in the United States in 2014. Critics said authorities in China were using technology and big data to create an Orwellian state of mass surveillance and control. The same technology, derived from systems developed by Facebook and Google, is available nearly everywhere. Several Central and South American countries have been developing plans similar to China’s. How long would it take for all the less populous nations of the world to implement controls that would blacklist their citizens as well? Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 11 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution ...

The Chinese Community Party hopes to have its social credit system fully operational across the entire country by 2020. What the CCP calls a social credit system, others are calling China a “digital dictatorship.”
The social credit system aims to incentivise “trustworthy” behaviour through penalties as well as rewards. According to a government document about the system dating from 2014, the aim is to “allow the trustworthy to roam everywhere under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step.” Social credit offences range from not paying individual taxes or fines to spreading false information and taking drugs. More minor violations include using expired tickets, smoking on a train or not walking a dog on a leash.
Local governments and agencies have been piloting aspects of the system, which will eventually give every Chinese citizen a personalised score.
By 2018, the Chinese government has installed close to 200 million surveillance cameras across the country, which amounts to approximately 1 camera per 7 citizens. For reference, approximately 40 million surveillance cameras were active in the United States in 2014. 
Critics said authorities in China were using technology and big data to create an Orwellian state of mass surveillance and control.
The same technology, derived from systems developed by Facebook and Google, is available nearly everywhere. Several Central and South American countries have been developing plans similar to China’s. How long would it take for all the less populous nations of the world to implement controls that would blacklist their citizens as well?
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 12
#socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies#bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution.

The Chinese Community Party hopes to have its social credit system fully operational across the entire country by 2020. What the CCP calls a social credit system, others are calling China a “digital dictatorship.” The social credit system aims to incentivise “trustworthy” behaviour through penalties as well as rewards. According to a government document about the system dating from 2014, the aim is to “allow the trustworthy to roam everywhere under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step.” Social credit offences range from not paying individual taxes or fines to spreading false information and taking drugs. More minor violations include using expired tickets, smoking on a train or not walking a dog on a leash. Local governments and agencies have been piloting aspects of the system, which will eventually give every Chinese citizen a personalised score. By 2018, the Chinese government has installed close to 200 million surveillance cameras across the country, which amounts to approximately 1 camera per 7 citizens. For reference, approximately 40 million surveillance cameras were active in the United States in 2014. Critics said authorities in China were using technology and big data to create an Orwellian state of mass surveillance and control. The same technology, derived from systems developed by Facebook and Google, is available nearly everywhere. Several Central and South American countries have been developing plans similar to China’s. How long would it take for all the less populous nations of the world to implement controls that would blacklist their citizens as well? Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 12 #socialcreditsystem #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution ...