ETL System: Bulk Updating Tickets by Creating a Loader Extension / From Digital Value Medium to Legal Tender: The Implications of the Adoption of Bitcoin as a National Currency

Sandoval-Rivera, Brittany, School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia
Norton, Peter, EN-Engineering and Society, University of Virginia
Vrugtman, Rosanne, EN-Comp Science Dept, University of Virginia

How can large-scale systems serving diverse users optimize user experience? Successful systems must adapt and meet the evolving needs of a wide range of users. While centralization can be useful in some systems, decentralization may serve the purpose in others. How can a customer service ticketing system efficiently update thousands of tickets? An experience management company must update tickets, but its methods are inefficient and time-consuming. Excessive API requests or thousands of workflows were necessary. A new loader extension was therefore added to an existing ETL (Extract, Transfer, Load) system. Users can now update thousands of tickets with a single click and trigger an automated process within an ETL system. How do proponents and opponents of making Bitcoin a legal tender in a sovereign nation advance their respective agendas? Proponents characterize designating Bitcoin as a legal tender as an opportunity for low-income countries to join the global economy, but critics perceive the idea as a betrayal that empowers elites, promoting globalization at the expense of local economies. Both proponents and critics of Bitcoin as a national currency use social media to seek popular support.

BS (Bachelor of Science)
Bitcoin, ETL, Cryptocurrency, Legal Tender, Ticketing System
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