Proper invoicing, whether it occurs through traditional means, i.e. email, and such, or takes place within an app, must contain several bits of information in order to be useful both to the invoicing organization and its customers.
Acceptance of cryptocurrency as a means of payment for goods and services is growing and becoming a more common option for ecommerce purchases. Since this form of payment is gaining popularity, ecommerce sites must update their payment processes to enable their customers to pay for their purchases with cryptocurrency. If you’re running an online store, accepting cryptocurrency could be a huge boon for you. In addition, it might create possibilities and revenue streams that you’re missing out on today.
Discussions at the Web3 Summit included numerous presentations and conversations about blockchain technology. Topics included private computation, crypto-governance, secure multiparty computation, zero knowledge, as well as a host of others.
The two presentations (topics) I found most interesting are discussed in this Part II post on the Web3 Summit.
Recently I wanted to display tracking data on a map in our backend. After looking around for the best solution, I decided to go with vector maps using the datamaps library instead of Google Maps or LeafLetJs and on this article I would like to share my findings on how easy it was to use it.