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Technologies for Modern Digital Entrepreneurship

Understanding Emerging Tech at the Cutting-Edge of the Web 3.0 Economy

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Abeba N. Turi
    Pages 43-86
  3. Abeba N. Turi
    Pages 155-186
  4. Back Matter
    Pages 187-210

About this book

Introduction

Emerging technologies offer a plethora of unprecedented opportunities for entrepreneurs in the digital space. Understanding this evolution is essential for web-based business models to succeed. The Web 3.0 economy is here, and this book has arrived to serve as your guide.

Technologies for Modern Digital Entrepreneurship is an in-depth look at the new developments of the digital economic system. Cryptocurrencies, Central Bank Digital Currencies, and Stable Coins are explained through timely case studies, as well as innovations in crowdfunding, educational marketplaces, and scalability in blockchain-based transactions. Author Dr. Abeba N. Turi expertly navigates the industry transition from platform-based centralized Web 2.0 economy to the distributed network economy. Turi additionally explores trust and reputation as currency in the digital economy and allays common fears in digital entrepreneurship such as mistrust by investors and intellectual property loss.

Avoid falling behind your competitors in the Wild West that is modern digital entrepreneurship. Whether you are a business leader, a technology enthusiast, or a researcher in the field, Technologies for Modern Digital Entrepreneurship gives you the advantage of insightful knowledge using real data and meaningful examples. Amid global regulatory changes and the ever-shifting methods of digital entrepreneurship, our modern era demands this book.

Keywords

Digital Economy Blockchain Technology Cryptocurrency Crowdfunding Distributed Ledger Technology p2p online lending Stablecoins Tokenization

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.VancouverCanada

About the authors

Dr. Abeba N. Turi is a scholar with expertise in Digital Economy. She obtained her Ph.D. specializing in the areas of the Digital Economy at the Rovira i Virgili University in Spain. Dr. Turi has worked as an assistant researcher with the UNESCO Chair in Data Privacy, Spain. She has also served in various international research and teaching positions in Africa, Europe and Canada. Currently, Dr. Turi is an instructor at the University Canada West in Vancouver. She has experience working in the areas of webbased business models, which is at the core of modern digital entrepreneurship. Dr. Turi’s works have been presented in several international conferences in China, Canada, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Dr. Turi identifies herself as a disruptive tech and decentralization enthusiast.

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