As time has gone by, many trends have changed. One industry that has definitely changed is that of housing. Fewer and fewer people are buying houses, instead relying on renting things such as bedrooms, apartments and condos. Although the market for selling has gone down,
Here at The Kerplunk, we had a chance to interview mogul Davis Abanto. Davis is a leading social media expert and consultant with expertise in the supplement industry as well with his company Apu Nutrition Inc. He created a brand that enabled him to stand
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Jason Stone is a serial entrepreneur with multiple 7 figure business ventures across various verticals of web and marketing. He is widely known by over 4 million people around the world as @Millionaire_Mentor on Instagram. Jason utilizes his experience and passion as a motivator, mentor,
The creation of blockchain has changed multiple industries and continues to disrupt a growing number of them as the technology evolves. Banking was the first and most obvious target. Bitcoin, a groundbreaking transfer of value, initially gave people a way to move funds efficiently and
If you are a regular on any social media platform worth it’s salt, you couldn’t possibly be unfamiliar with the global phenomenon called crowdfunding that has swept over our generation. For the uninitiated, crowdfunding refers to the process of funding a project or enterprise by
The introduction of its trans-mining approach back in May-June 2018 made FCoin very popular among traders. When the platform was launched, it quickly rose to fame and saw a massive surge in trading activity in a short period of time, reaching $17 Billion in 24-hour
A little over two years ago, Juul Vapors emerged as the premier electronic cigarette, capturing college campuses and postgrad apartments by storm. Today, they are worth over 45 billion dollars and sold in nearly every gas station, grocery store, and 7/11 throughout the united states.