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Top 5 FinTech Pitch Decks That Pulled Millions

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Investing should be more like watching paint dry or watching grass grow. If you want excitement, take $800 and go to Las Vegas. — Paul Samuelson. Hey guys, recently I’ve been dabbling on a pitch deck creation. To create a better pitch deck that will captivate investors and clients alike. Upon reading multiple pitch decks that have been submitted to YCombinator 1 , I’ve concluded that there is a certain pitch deck structure and characteristics needed. For me, I think a pitch deck must contain only the core of what you’re trying to do or achieve. I mean, just keep it short and simple which even a 5 year old could understand. Don’t put any jargon and highlight the important parts like graphs and figures. Anyways, let’s dive on some pitch decks used and created by well known companies in this day and age. Coinbase If you’ve been in the crypto space for a while, I know for sure you’ve heard the name Coinbase. Its one of the top cryptocurrency exchange that is base

Reset Start Menu Layout Windows 10

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Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying basic fundamentals. — E. James Rohn. Hi guys, recently on my Windows workstation a bug occurred on which the Recycle Bin doesn’t refresh its icon on desktop. I know for a fact that I’ve recently deleted some file so there should be contents inside the bin. Let’s jump in! What are the steps to reset explorer? Here are the steps I’ve created for when I do not need to restart the PC to reset overall explorer settings or when its has flaw. Open the “Run command” window by pressing WIN+R. (i.e. hold down the Windows key and then press R.) Type cmd at the prompt, and press Enter. Wait for the command prompt to open. (It will be a flashing cursor block.) At the command prompt, type this: taskkill /IM explorer.exe /F You should notice these all vanish: Start Menu, Taskbar, any open File Explorer windows. Type this at the command prompt explorer.

Sending Email Using MailKit in ASP.NET Core Web API

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You do not need to know precisely what is happening, or exactly where it is all going. What you need is to recognize the possibilities and challenges offered by the present moment, and to embrace them with courage, faith and hope. — Thomas Merton. Hey guys, recently I’ve been working on an ASP.NET Core project that needed email services to send reports. And I’ve been dumbfounded by some tutorial on how they implemented the email service functionality. Some are over complicated while others were over simplified. So here I am creating yet another tutorial for sending email using MailKit and .NET Core . Let’s jump in! Prerequisites First of all, you must have a . NET Core 3.1 SDK (Software Development Kit) installed in your computer and also I assumed you are currently running Windows 10 or some Linux with proper environment set. And MailKit on which this package becomes a de-facto standard in sending emails as its being preferred and recommended by Mi

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