TV-TWO, Webtalk, Bitdegree Review


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Motiv8tors review 2019 for TV-Two, Webtalk and Bitdegree

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Two words, Entertainment + Blockchain. TV-TWO is your entertainment video app that lets you earn crypto. It is the perfect rewards app where you can watch videos and make money. If you are looking for a smooth and modern entertainment video app then you should try TV-TWO. With a cool design that lets you easily search your favorite channels. It works with machine learning and that means TV-TWO with Machine Learning enables to tailor the content to your interests and behavior. Now you may wonder how to earn or more info on how to earn with this app which is by the way available for both Continue reading “TV-TWO, Webtalk, Bitdegree Review”

BitDegree and Network Science

bitdegreeiconMetcalfe’s law, the bitcoin, the ethereum and their value. I am a Data Scientist student and I took a course with Dr. Fragkiskos Papadopoulos on Network Science. I know a little bit about everything regarding network science and today I will talk to you about the basics to calculate Metcalfe’s law on your own and track bitcoin but also any other coin you want like ethereum and their network value.

Metcalfe’s law states that the value of a network is proportional to the square of the number of its nodes, i.e. N². Formulated around 1980 in the context of communication devices by Robert M. Metcalfe, the idea behind Metcalfe’s law is that the more individuals use a network, the more valuable it becomes. Indeed, the more of your friends use email, the more valuable the service is to you.

During the Internet boom of the late 1990s Metcalfe’s law was frequently used to offer a quantitative valuation for Internet companies. It suggested that the value of a service is proportional to the number of connections it can create, which is the square of the number of its users. In contrast the cost grows only linearly with N. Hence if the service attracts sufficient number of users, it will inevitably become profitable, as N² will surpass N at some large N (Figure 1). Metcalfe’s Law therefore supported a “build it and they will Continue reading “BitDegree and Network Science”