eConnect Creates Point-of-Service Software to Help Customers

An interesting time scenario has been discovered of customers who will visit a coffee house for lunch then spend time waiting to pay for that lunch. The waiting time wasted has been ranged at six months, six months; can you imagine that length of time being added up?  The scenario essentially says a consumer does spend a lot of time waiting to pay their lunch bill and it can become rather frustrating during the wait. Many customers don’t like to wait for long periods of time especially if they have somewhere important they are required to be. Customers may have important things in life such as family and work related matters so waiting to pay a bill is an inconvenient matter.

Consumers can smile as a software maker has thought of them. This software maker has created point-of-service software to help every customer in a rush.  The point-of-service software is created by eConnect, a Las Vegas company; with the belief consumers will like using this point-of-service software system when it begins activity during the end of February 2015. The company firmly believes this point-of-service software will allow customers to enter an establishment with more ease and provide business owners the ability to help give consumers goods because they now have put in place structured point-of-service software to help customers in a rush.

A benefit in using this point-of-service software is a feature included within will resolve real time situations because the eCounter point-of-service software supplies actual wait time. The eCounter point-of-service system will provide business owners with the data to perform better labor and maximize profitability. Using the eCounter system will also give customers real time information to assist make decisions and choices because this software will give information on how long customers are waiting for their order. In essence, eCounter point-of-service will be a large benefit to business owners for profit potential and it will surely be the point-of-service software to help customers in a rush.

Silk Road Bitcoin Leads to Founder’s Laptop

There has been much talk about Silk Road bitcoin being the new anonymous flow of digital money as many believe it is the easy way to spend without anyone knowing where it is sent. Well the above may not actually be true as the Silk Road bitcoin has been discovered by new proof of  a former federal agent. This federal agent was so confident in his findings he was willing to provide testimony of Silk Road bitcoin in court showing the trace of thousands showing Silk Road bitcoins being used under anonymity on the market to purchase illegal substances. The activity is shown to take place from the personal computer of Ross Ulbricht, the Silk Road founder. Resources say Ulbricht shows a high estimated amount of Silk Road bitcoin on his laptop after counting the bitcoins, the transactions and transfer amount.

During the trial a former FBI special agent provided explicit detail of how multiple transactions over 12 months were traced. The transactions totaled to 3,760 over the 12 month period of time and ended as of August 2013 and servers were confiscated from Silk Road investigation as well as Ulbricht’s Samsung laptop which was obtained in October 2013 when arrested.  Ulbricht obtained more than 700,000 of Silk Road bitcoin in the market place of Silk Road as he showed in personal wallets.

Now that this bit of activity has taken place with finding a large amount of Silk Road bitcoin on a laptop prosecutors will continue to move forward with the Silk Road case and look at how a high number of goods, most being illegal substances, were distributed through the mailing system. This case is being overseen by a specific judge and continues to be investigated as more information is located between the United States and Iceland because both locations were being used for storage of data. It will be quite interesting to see what comes about in the future of this case and how future prosecutions will be managed when involving the Silk Road bitcoin.

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