Its Father’s Day. I’m sitting on my porch drinking a cup of coffee from a mug made by my 9 year old daughter that says “Best Dad.” I find the irony of this amusing and sad. There a quiet truth hidden behind the stoic fathers I know. As a man, you are taught to “man up and stop being a wuss” and know what you’re doing. The outcome of this kind of message is to shut down and become the trope of an emotionally unavailable father who works long hours to pay the bills to provide but mentally, emotionally absent and disconnected.
According to the NYCEDC, New York startups closed nearly 1,500 deals worth $12 billion last year, nearly double the $6.3 billion in capital invested in 2014 for a similar number of deals. About 850 deals have closed so far this year, netting $9.1 billion.
What makes NYC a good soil for startups/or not? And can it ever be like Silicon Valley?
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Horizen (ZenCash) is a privacy-oriented cryptocurrency and a leading-edge technology platform. They are connected to many crypto-payment providers and are constantly adding more, encouraging mass adoption of their platform. The sidechains will enable anyone to build privacy-based applications, allowing anyone to bring thousands of real-life services to the world.
No person, regardless of who they are or where they live, should be without the world's best technology to keep them safe during humanitarian crises, natural disasters or terrorist attacks. The confluence of early warning systems, community platforms, machine learning, social listening, and geo-location create an opportunity to develop real-time paths to safety for anyone in danger. And yet each year, tragic events around the world occur in which people are unsafe, uninformed, and unnecessarily at risk during emergencies.
One day before Tesla unveils a prototype electric big-rig truck Thursday, CEO Elon Musk tweeted this teasing shot. The semi with trapezoidal headlights could draw more headlines if - as Reuters reported - it drives itself. Stacked Capital managing partner, Arben Kane and Oppenheimer senior analyst Colin Rusch chime in.