Access to demo trading accounts to learn the basics of investing on the DSTOQ App.
DSTOQ Group AG announces the launch of the new Bootcamp App with demo accounts and eLearning courses, which will be available worldwide on 1st May 2020. DSTOQ helps make investing accessible and affordable for people in emerging markets, through a borderless digital interface for security tokens built on the Stellar network. On the Bootcamp App, users will be able to invest with play money and learn for themselves how easy DSTOQ makes it to buy blue chip shares, such as Tesla or Amazon, as well as bonds, indices and commodities using fiat or cryptocurrencies.
SAN FRANCISCO, February 26 — Stellar Development Foundation (SDF) announces the closing of a strategic investment in DSTOQ Group AG. The investment of $715K, paid in lumens, is the first made by SDF through their new Enterprise Fund.
DSTOQ, a Liechtenstein-based FinTech company, helps make investing accessible and affordable for people in emerging markets, through a borderless digital interface for security tokens built on the Stellar network, a global, decentralized open source blockchain. Through the DSTOQ interface, users have easier access to blue chip shares, such as Tesla or Amazon, as well as bonds, indices and commodities using fiat or cryptocurrencies.
DSTOQ’s first market will be Vietnam, followed by South Africa and other African, SouthAmerican, and Asian developing countries. DSTOQ users require only a smartphone to access global financial...
A group of people surrounding Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie were quite busy at Bell Laboratories shaping the world as we know it today. They invented a milestone in programming languages — C, the breakthrough operational system Unix, the first shell, UTF-8 and a long list of others that alone would have been enough to receive a Turing award.
How were they so productive? Of course, the density of talent at Bell Labs was as high as within the Beatles (before John married) — but one tiny detail helped drive them. And that can be summed up in one word: focus; finding out what holds the application together in its innermost folds and excelling at that. It takes writing programs that do one thing and do it well. Today, this set of guiding principles is popularly known as the unix philosophy.
It’s loosely coupled with another imperative guideline governing software architecture: “Choose the right tool for the...