All posts in "PassiveIncome"

Swim with the “Crypto Assets” with Melon (MLN)

By Daniel Jennings / December 13, 2018

Melon (MLN) is one of many cryptocurrencies designed to cash in on crypto assets. To clarify, crypto asset is a catch-all term for any equity or security trade through the blockchain. Melon (MLN) is associated with Melonport AG; a private company, which is developing what it calls an “an asset management computer.” In detail, an […]


How Much Money is Oracle (ORCL) Making?

By Daniel Jennings / December 1, 2018

Oracle (ORCL) is more lucrative than ever, but faces serious challenges to its core software business. On the positive side, the old Oracle money machine is firing on all eight cylinders. For instance, Oracle records a gross profit of $7.24 billion on revenues of $9.193 billion for 4th Quarter 2018. Notably, Oracle (NYSE: ORCL) reports […]


Is Salesforce making money?

By Daniel Jennings / November 25, 2018

Salesforce (NYSE: CRM) is a profitable software company that most people are unfamiliar with. Most investors are unfamiliar with Salesforce because it specializes in customer relationship management (CRM) solutions. To explain, CRM software connects businesses with customers. Moreover, Salesforce pioneered the concept of Software as a Service (Saas). In detail, a SaaS solution provides both software […]


Does Wayfair make Money?

By Daniel Jennings / November 22, 2018

Wayfair (NYSE: W) is the fastest growing of the Top 10 US online retailers but is it making money. eMarketer Retail estimates Wayfair’s year-to-year sales were growing at a rate of 40.1% in 3rd Quarter 2018. In contrast, Amazon’s (NASDAQ: AMZN) year-to-year sales were growing at a rate of 29% in 3rd Quarter 2018. However, […]


Is Square (SQ) Making Money?

By Daniel Jennings / October 28, 2018

Square (SQ) is expanding dramatically; its new Terminal device accepts credit cards, debit cards and Apple Pay and Google Pay for example. Moreover, Cash; Square’s answer, to Venmo was the number one free finance app on the iPhone App Store in February 2018, Recode claims. Cash is a peer-to-peer (P2P) payment solution similar to PayPal’s […]


Netflix (NFLX) Owns Television does it Make Money?

By Daniel Jennings / October 16, 2018

It is now official Netflix (NFLX) now owns American television. Notably, Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) brought out 676 hours of original TV in 3rd Quarter 2018. The streaming service premiered 28 days’ worth of binge watching material in three months, Variety calculates. In addition, Netflix increased its new releases by 50% during 3rd Quarter 2018. To […]


Apple Pay Coming to Saudi Arabia, is Apple Pay Cash in Europe?

By Daniel Jennings / October 10, 2018

Apple Pay is reportedly coming to Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile, Apple Pay Cash could be rolled out in Europe. The Saudi Payment Network; or MADA, announced will roll Apple Pay out soon in the Kingdom, Asharq Al-Awsat reports. If that is true, Saudi businesses and banks will accept Apple Pay. The announcement is probably official because […]


Will Ripple (XRP) and Coil Make Money from YouTube?

By Daniel Jennings / September 28, 2018

Ripple (XRP) is setting out to do what many consider impossible. Get real people in the real world to use a cryptocurrency to buy real stuff. Ripple’s current hopes are riding on an application programming interface (API) called Coil. To clarify, an API is a payment solution that connects digital platforms with payment solutions. Coil […]


Is Visa (V) Making Money?

By Daniel Jennings / September 26, 2018

Visa (NYSE: V) is potentially far more valuable than many suspect. For example, US payment processors generate $90 billion a year in swipe fees. You pay a swipe fee every time you make a credit or debit card transaction. Not surprisingly, the swipe fees are a lucrative business. For instance, Bloomberg estimates US swipe fees […]


Why Uphold is potentially the Most Disruptive Blockchain Application

By Daniel Jennings / September 21, 2018

Uphold is potentially the most disruptive blockchain application around and it does not have a cryptocurrency. Uphold is disruptive because it lacks its own cryptocurrency. Instead, Uphold claims to offer practically instantaneous conversions between Bitcoin (BTC) and a variety of fiat currencies. Equally disruptive is Uphold’s capacity for sending bank transfers in the world’s four […]

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