Fed up of Job?

Fed up of Job?

Sep/19 By

Do you keep on thinking about business? But never got the courage to start one. No problem! Now you can read my book: Startup Easy – Part 1: Essentials and

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Bitcoin Mining & Returns for All

Bitcoin Mining & Returns for All

Sep/11 By

The process of creating bitcoins is called ‘mining’ of bitcoins. Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency i.e. based upon digital cryptography, therefore bitcoins are not available in any physical form that you

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Generate Passive Income through Bitcoin Mining

Generate Passive Income through Bitcoin Mining

Sep/7 By

Let me define passive income in simple words. It is the income that you can generate without actively participating in the generation of value like delivering services or products in exchange of

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Startup Easy: Part I – The Essentials

Sep/1 By

The wait is over, Startup Easy is now available at Amazon Worldwide. Startup Easy is a step by step guide for entrepreneurs to raise their startups in an easy manner. The

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Startup Ideas for India (11 to 20)

Feb/15 By

Startup Ideas for India In my previous post about startup ideas for India, I have written about 10 ideas. Now, have a look at 10 more ideas. Science Only universities

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Startup Ideas for India (6 to 10)

Feb/9 By

Startup Ideas for India In my previous post about startup ideas for India, I have written about 5 ideas. Now, have a look at 5 more ideas. Healthcare In the

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Startup Ideas for India (1 to 5)

Feb/2 By

Startup Ideas for India by Shishir Gupta 1. Energy Startups Energy is the lifeline of people in India. We are a developing country that needs low cost energy for every

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Internet of Things: Explained

Jan/15 By

Internet of Things (IoT) Internet of Things is a development of the Internet in which everyday objects have network connectivity, allowing them to send and receive data. A world where physical

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Co-Founders Required: Hyperlocal in Delhi/NCR

Jan/7 By

Co-Founders Required Industry: Hyperlocal B2B/B2C Location: Delhi/NCR I am building a Hyperlocal delivery startup in on-demand logistics segment. Please read my previous post regarding hyperlocal. Please go through the co-founder

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Multi-Vendor Marketplace Explained

Jan/5 By

Understanding Multi-Vendor Marketplace Huge e-commerce portals like Amazon and eBay are some good examples of a multi-vendor marketplace. There are multiple sellers selling their products in these marketplaces and hence

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