Leads: saturated and monopolized by the main actors, industries such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence, robotics and mobile payments, to name a few, represent a high risk for new investors.
Many people today are trying to put their money in the next big thing that we "hope" will give them a good return on investment. However the problem is that there are many players who are trying to get a slice of the cake.
For example, there are over 200 cloud computing providers recognized in the cloud computing industry, including major players such as Amazon, Red Hat, IBM, Oracle and Microsoft who have a fraction of their company broken down into more divisions that offer different cloud computing platforms.
To add to the mix, there are crypto-cloud computing players that include SiaCoin, Aelf, SONM, Storj and DADI among many others who are pushing their ICO, claiming to be the next revolutionary solution. According to Waterford Technologies 41% of companies are planning to increase their investments in cloud technologies, with 51% of large and medium-sized businesses expecting to increase spending compared to only 35% of smaller companies. This represents a greater risk for investors who are trying to jump on the bandwagon.
Another rapidly growing sector is digital payments. According to Capgemini Financial Services the growth of digital payments is occurring in all regions, with developing markets experiencing the discount rates – 16.7% – and mature markets are growing at 6.0%, although mature markets still account for 70.9% of total global volumes.
The biggest players in the industry include PayPal, Google Wallet, Square and Masterpass, just to name a few. To add to the list, we see emerging payment solutions on blockchain such as Ripple, Utrust, OmiseGO and the list goes on.
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In a poll conducted by Cosplay Calamity in March 2017, cosplay costume designers reported various habits of cosplaying. According to this survey, most cosplayers (32.1%) spend $ 101- $ 200 per costume. However, 70% of cosplayers spend an average of $ 101- $ 600 for each costume they make. According to the Calamity survey, as well as Time magazine, some more advanced cosplayers report spending over $ 1,000 in single costume.
The recent Comic-Con International in San Diego saw the participation of 130,000 cosplayers and fans who had an economic impact of $ 140 million alone. On the other side of the world, over half a million people participated in Comiket, a bi-annual cosplay convention held in Japan.
This is where projects like Cure WorldCosplay and their Cosplay Token shine. Dubbed the dark horse of cryptography, Cosplay Token is the leading cosplay platform for cosplayers and fans. Cosplay Token is trying to solve the problems surrounding the cosplay community through its current crowdsale.
Dominating the market with over 720,000 members from 180 different countries, the platform has over 6.5 million shared photos and a strong following of 430,000 followers on their social media. Within this robust industry, this project will be an ideal option for contributors who prefer minimal risk compared to the main areas discussed above.
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