Hi all - I'm curious.. what's incentivizes banks to offer API access to their customers data?<p>They are enabling a whole generation of fintech companies to make a fortune, but what's in it for the banks?<p>Do fintech companies have to pay the banks a fee for each api call?<p>Thanks for your insight.
The following building blocks for thinking on paper could be used on their own, but their combination seems much stronger to me.<p>Building block 1: Use a sheet layout with smallish boxes, a) to form manageable "units of thinking" that can be concatenated box by box and step by step, and b) to trigger frequent refocusings on the most relevant aspects in the process of thinking.<p>Building block 2: Use thinking tools to generate content in those boxes, with tools for reflection being especially useful.<p>Building block 3: For the boxes, choose from a variety of note-taking elements, notably mind maps.<p>Building block 4: Work persistently over a series of sheets.<p>Here's an illustration: https://tinyurl.com/yt3zp4m3
You hear a lot about the benefits of having a mentor but I’ve never had success finding and keeping a mentor. I now have two “co-mentors” and it’s been incredibly beneficial. With a co-mentor, you’re both offering value to each other and this helps to maintain the relationship over time. Do you have a co-mentor? I’d love to hear about any similar experiences and also happy to answer any questions about how my co-mentor setup is organized.
Hey!<p>I made a web3 app that lets you create a crypto money pot to finance anything you want: the aim is to provide a simple way to create pots on the blockchain for all kind of projects, association, or other stuffs …<p>With Cryptopots, you just create a pot in a few clicks, with the assets you want, on the blockchain you want, for anything you want! Most of the money pots services take some important fees (2%-4% for small pots). We’re planning to make a much cheaper service to permit the owner to make the most benefits possible.<p>We’re actually in private beta, but get your access to try it now!<p>Just a decentralized, uncensorable, and community oriented way to create your pots.<p>Let’s make the web great again!<p>What do you think about our landing page and our idea ?
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