transactionnoun

  • ja[商]取引
  • enan exchange or transfer of goods, services, or funds

Examples

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If you think about the old model, you used to buy a record.
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There was a transaction going on.
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If you think about that translating to iTunes, there was a transaction going on here.
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The difference with Spotify is you get paid every single time someone play your song.
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And that's not the same amount as if someone buys it.
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First, feed your staff.
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Make sure your staff understands why you got into this business in the first place,
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what's their job when they come to work.
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Feed your guests.
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Don't take anything for granted.
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And we've got to be grateful for every single transaction.
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You've got to realize that every single transaction is a vote.
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Go to the beginning of the month.
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Last 8 transactions are to Jack's Joke and Magic Shop.
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My love for sneakers will never go away.
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I think I'll forever be tied to Sneaker Con.
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There is a lot of money to be made in this game.
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There's thousands, if not millions, of transactions happening online per day.
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It's nowhere near a bubble, bro.
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I think that as StockX or Stadium Goods get these evaluations,
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all it does is make people who wanna invest money in soaring markets more aware.
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Basis of all business transactions is trust.
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*Speaking Hebrew.*
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I didn't come all the way here from the south side of Chicago to get ripped off by some drug dealers.
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The HomePod has optimized around what Apple's really good at, which is entertainment experience.
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They get photography.
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Now, they're gonna optimize it with a high quality device that can help you,
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have an assistant to find high quality music, and great quality speakers.
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That's very different than what Amazon is doing with Alexa,
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where Alexa is really gonna be the challenger to Facebook and to Google for search.
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Because Alexa, through Amazon Prime, controls so much of the e-commerce transactions.
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They know what millions of people are doing in their buying behavior,
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just like Google knows what people are doing in their search behavior
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and Facebook knows what people are doing just in their people interactions.
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Here's my offer:
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I will give you everything in my purse.
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Eight dollars, a bunch of loose cough drops, and Larry's asthma inhaler.
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Thank God, I've been looking for that—
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Larry, this is a part of a real estate transaction now.
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You have no legal claim to it.
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Sorry, I had no idea.
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And because trust is native to the technology, I call this, "The Trust Protocol."
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Now, you're probably wondering, "How does this thing work?"
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Fair enough.
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Assets — digital assets like money to music and everything in between — are not stored in a central place,
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but they're distributed across a global ledger using the highest level of cryptography.
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And when a transaction is conducted, it's posted globally, across millions and millions of computers.
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You know, most people in my business,
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you're just transactions to them.
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I like to think of you as people.
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Oh, okay, good.