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Re: RITVA’S VENTURE CAPITAL
« Reply #30 on: June 23, 2020, 03:21:27 AM »

ON THE SELECTION OF INTRODUCING BROKER PARTNERS (PART 4)


3. COMMISSION


Because Ritva's income in this period of time is based on IB groups’ commission, the more commission IB groups earn, the higher profit Ritva gets. New traders may choose to use a discount broker, and due to inexperience when placing orders, lose more due to poorly placed orders and errors than the money “saved” with the lower commission rate. Brokers get paid for the service they provide.


An experienced broker understands the markets and can interpret the market’s changing dynamics to determine the best price and order type to use. It takes experience and intensive monitoring to “work” an order…to know where the market really is, if there is enough volume to get filled – even if the bid-offer price (that changes constantly) is fair, keeping the client updated, etc. The better fills alone could more than make up for the increased full-service commission rate. Therefore, an experienced IB/IB groups are always Ritva's number one choice.


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« Reply #31 on: June 24, 2020, 03:11:20 AM »

RITVA BLOCKCHAIN APPLICATIONS (PART 1)


While the world continues to contain the COVID-19 outbreak and individuals have to shelter at home, how may blockchain technology help at the moment?


The protopia that innovative technological progress promises thus far is coming ever closer at a surprising pace. Unseen challenges, though, have surfaced amidst the COVID-19 virus outbreak. The pandemic has exacerbated and destabilized  the world in just the last few months, putting in danger not only lives, but economic boundaries, well-established global businesses, and the very essence of the world’s financial system.


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« Reply #32 on: June 25, 2020, 03:28:56 AM »

RITVA BLOCKCHAIN APPLICATIONS (PART 2)


The coronavirus crisis is showing us it is high time that we should move our works online. More specifically, white collar workers are now allowed to work remotely, consumers are more familiar with placing purchase orders via the internet, patients are seeing their doctor through video call, and digital currencies are gradually replacing fiat.


The technology likely to have the greatest effect on the future of the world economy has arrived. The dotcom revolution brought us the Internet. The Internet as we know it is great for collaboration and communication, but is deeply flawed when it comes to commerce and privacy. The next revolution, namely blockchain technology, facilitates peer-to-peer (P2P) transactions without any intermediary such as a bank or governing body. Keeping the user’s information anonymous, the blockchain validates and keeps a permanent public record of all transactions.

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« Reply #33 on: June 26, 2020, 03:57:10 AM »

RITVA BLOCKCHAIN APPLICATIONS (PART 3)


Although many opportunities for the blockchain require a digital currency, Bitcoin is one of the smartest application of this great innovation in computer science. Bitcoin has utilized P2P authentication technology, exchanging value without any third party intervention for nine years without any problems. The blockchain is what makes this possible. Where centralized servers carry the risk of intentional tampering and cyber attacks, blockchains can eliminate these problems, making it a revolutionary technology indispensable for the future.


The blockchain can hold any legal document, from deeds and marriage licenses to educational degrees and birth certificates. Call it the World Wide Ledger. It enables decentralized autonomous organizations, decentralized government services, and transactions among things. The Internet of Everything needs a Ledger of Everything: the blockchain is a truly open, distributed, global platform that fundamentally changes what we can do online.

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Re: RITVA’S VENTURE CAPITAL
« Reply #34 on: June 29, 2020, 03:28:57 AM »

RITVA BLOCKCHAIN APPLICATIONS (PART 4)


Ritva, as we mentioned on the Roadmap via the website, is also targeted to implement Blockchain technology in investment and fund management so as to improve services. Our platform is rapidly expanding and going to provide a P2P network which interconnects Peers sharing resources among each other without the use of a centralized administrative system. Success in investment is not serendipity, let Ritva help you so that nothing could thwart your plans.


All of this is easier said than done but the outcome is the future and its here to stay!

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« Reply #35 on: June 30, 2020, 03:30:59 AM »

VENTURE CAPITAL SUPPORT IS GOOD FOR STARTUP (1)


There are a number of good reasons why a startup should consider venture capital (VC) support.


1. GUIDANCE AND SUPPORT


This is frequently cited as a major selling point by entrepreneurs. VC investors understand the sectors they invest in intimately – they are experienced in the field and know where things are headed. VC in generals typically comprises of seasoned players that have built similar companies in the past. They bring the experience and know-how to the table, benefiting startups significantly. Let us take ourselves, i.e.,


Ritva VC, as an example. Our experience in developmental cycles of technological services, and insight into state of the art research can definitely help steer the product/service toward great adoption with high valuez.

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« Reply #36 on: July 01, 2020, 03:45:15 AM »

VENTURE CAPITAL SUPPORT IS GOOD FOR STARTUP (2)


There are a number of good reasons why a startup should consider venture capital (VC) support.


2. CONNECTIONS BRINGS OPTIONS


Having a good idea is one thing, but knowing where to take it can be challenging. For example, Ritva Venture capitalist with extensive network easily create synergies across companies and provide entrepreneurs with access to top talent. Options are empowering and the connections can create a snowball effect that can facilitate rapid growth.

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« Reply #37 on: July 02, 2020, 04:46:01 AM »

VENTURE CAPITAL SUPPORT IS GOOD FOR STARTUP (3)


There are a number of good reasons why a startup should consider venture capital (VC) support.


3. PATIENT CAPITAL


Sometimes it's not about being first to market, it's about getting your product or service right or even waiting for the right timing. Public money isn't patient and neither is bootstrapped money when rent is due. Venture capital investment, on the other hand, is frequently referred to as patient money.


Like other VCs, Ritva VC understand that startups need time to grow. Milestones are set and a business plan is often built three-plus years out. This gives the entrepreneur time to expand at a reasonable pace without the unnecessary pressures.

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« Reply #38 on: July 03, 2020, 03:26:37 AM »

VENTURE CAPITAL SUPPORT IS GOOD FOR STARTUP (4)


There are a number of good reasons why a startup should consider venture capital (VC) support.


4. BETTER PERFORMANCE


All of these arguments lead to one important reality that most entrepreneurs care the most about: performance. The facts speak for themselves. Venture-backed companies significantly outperform non VC-backed companies. According to a 2019 venture capital report released by the CVCA and BDC, over a five-year period, VC-backed companies have almost two and a half times higher sales growth, almost 50 percent greater employee growth and have 15 percent higher survival rates after five years.


While startups may or may not achieve these vaunted levels, with the guidance, support, connections and sheer level of funding available, it is very likely that acquiring VC investment at some point in their trajectory will improve their business' chances.

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Re: RITVA’S VENTURE CAPITAL
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POST COVID-19: THE SIGNIFICANT GROWTH OF EDTECH (1)


As the number of COVID-19 cases continue to rise, schools have been shut and all academic operations have been temporarily suspended, thus causing an unpredictable delay in beginning the new academic session and continuing academic tasks. Considering the current situation, EdTech companies have come up with various online solutions to ensure that academic operations are carried out without any impediments.


However, the question that is being discussed is, will digital learning still be encouraged after the lockdown is lifted or will EdTech companies come up with a different model?


 

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