What do we know about Gen Z?

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Writing a good story is not easy especially for someone who loves social media and instant gratification. So the first steps are a discovery process. Second requires planning and documentation. Afterward, creating Suspense and Drama. Making the readers care about the final answers. The best stories are written with clues to generate a dramatic scene all through the story so that everything leads up to that final climax where the culminating question is answered. The key to suspense is not to divulge the secret to the final question/s too soon. Dancing with the…


Ethereum 2.0 is coming.

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What is the world’s most popular blockchain? You would say Bitcoin. Nop!! It’s Ethereum. In 2020, he passed Bitcoin on two of the most important metrics. Ethereum’s volume grew past years, and since July 2020, has consistently been settling extra value than Bitcoin. What makes Ethereum so unique? A new era of computer programming, digital ownership, and other innovations is being introduced thanks to the smart contract capabilities of Ethereum. Also, so much interest in decentralized finance (Defi) had led to network congestion and gas fee volatility, and despise that from October 2020, we saw 96%…


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The online scene especially in the applications domain it’s changing very fast. With the launch of Tinder in 2012, iPhone people of all sexualities started to look for love or casual dating and quickly made the app the most wanted on the market. But this gigantic shift occurred next year when Tinder was listed on Android phones too. What changed in the scene was more than the swipe-right, swipe-left approach. It was the ancestry enhanced safety using dating apps. Especially the relationship economy who transformed the terms of how humans find and court their potential partners. Quarantine dating has pulled…


Why do great startups fail to get the fundings?

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A pitch is usually a 10–20 slide presentation designed to give a short description of the company, the business model, and the startup vision. Priority for the pitch should be to capture the attention of those involved. Should work well on its own as a visual document, but it will primarily be used as a tool to tell the story of the future business. Substance in it must be elemental easy for anyone to grasp. …


What is a Qubit?

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For many years, quantum computers were not much more than an idea. But in the last decade, humans are entering the age (25–30 years) when it is straightforward to learn and experiment with quantum computation. So what the hell are qubits?? They are not just some weird random things. A qubit or quantum bit (sometimes Qbit) is the basic unit of quantum information. Today’s computers use bits — a stream of electrical or optical pulses representing 1 or 0. Everything from your tweets and e-mails to your iTunes songs and YouTube videos is essentially long strings of these binary digits…


Digital illustrations by 7Cube ready to be transformed in NFTs
Digital illustrations by 7Cube ready to be transformed in NFTs

7Cube Illustrations ready to be new NFTs

Did you know that a popular graphic designer named Beeple (Mike Winkelmann) sold “Every day's: The First 5000 Days,” for $69.3 million becoming the third-most-expensive work of art sold by a living artist? After the works of Jeff Koons and David Hockney? It’s a collage of every piece of art created on a daily basis for the past 13 years. What??? Yes, the art is getting a little hype because everything now is moving in digital. And this new phenomenon is attracting a strange brew of not just artists and collectors, but also…


And what keeps people coming back?

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Nowadays people are increasingly talking about the user experience. Some regarded it as the most critical factor of products to win a market, even if the confusion between UX and UI is still happily viewed everywhere. So since nobody wanted to be disgraced, UI designers had to automatically define themselves as UX masters and backward, creating a mess of misconceptions. But UX does not equal UI. Because experience doesn’t end once the customer/user leaves the web. To be clear, UX design is not the practice of making digital products look nice it’s a lot more. Go Googling “What is UX…


Biohacking the brain.

Mind control cyborg — 7 Cube illustration

Probably you’ve heard about hacking smartphones, emails, cards, computers. Even hacking elections. But what about hacking your body? What?! This concept is called biohacking and it’s really all about self-improvement. The possibilities are endless, all around the idea that we can change our bodies and our brains using technology. Maybe you’ve read about a former NASA employee injecting himself with DNA using gene-editing technology CRISPR. Maybe you’ve heard of some folks engaging in “dopamine fasting” or you have a colleague who’s had a chip implanted in his hand. These are all types of biohacking also known as DIY biology. It’s…


From burst to boom the new gold.

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In 1848 a carpenter from New Jersey arrived in California to work for a Swiss businessman (Sutter) in a water-powered sawmill. In January that year, he found flakes of gold in the American River. Even if the carpenter and the businessman tried to keep news of the discovery under low profile the word spread and in March a newspaper from San Francisco told about their discovery. At first, it was disbelief but after one worker paraded through town shouting that he had gold from Sutter’s Creek the rush started. The news got out and people came in from all over…


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Today everyone should be more vigilant than ever in the face of clever, and even deceptive tactics that are enforced in every little domain. From Politics to E-commerce and Digital Marketing. It’s no wonder that we have a big amount of people that don’t trust what they see, hear, and read in any advertisements. Many ads are designed to fool you, and sometimes it’s painfully obvious. The nature of consumption, advertising, and human psychology means that as soon as you make a decision, you are reminded of what you did not choose. And you immediately begin regretting your choice. How…

7 Cube

Born to make impact. 15 years in brand/website development, UI/UX, e-commerce and digital art. Growth Hacker. Web Developer. Web Designer. Illustrator.

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