Connect with us

Business

Arash Barmaan launching new app Boos

Published

on

With changing times comes changing perspectives to love. Gone are the days where you could only marry people from your own caste or could only be eligible for a good marriage life if you are traditionally successful. People who still hang on to these notions are considered old fashioned and too conservative to live in this quickly transforming world. One such app which is challenging these norms and bringing a new way of living and loving to such communities is Boos, a Persian-Jewish dating app.

Boos is an initiative by Boos Co. the founder and CEO of which is Arash Barmaan. Arash Barmaan comes from middle Eastern descent and says that even as a child he had always been made familiar with the concept of arranged marriage and was supposed to conform to the stereotype of being a doctor, lawyer or engineer.

Boos as an app is designed to specifically target Persian and Jewish cultures as these are the ones where arranged marriages are still common. “Families expect both parties to bring a certain pedigree to the union. If you don’t have one of those careers which are considered traditionally fulfilling and you come from a conservative background it can cause serious delay in marriage and even in a relationship outside of it because parents want you to always get that social validation and prestige.”, says Arash Barmaan.

Arash Barmaan had to face these problems first-hand when he found himself least interested in any of the career paths his family pictures for him. At first, he was interested in playing professional basketball but then as he learnt more about himself and his abilities Arash Barmaan found himself gravitating towards becoming an internet entrepreneur. With his expertise in the field Arash Barmaan started up his own company which will soon launch the Boos app on the 30th of December this year for both IOS and Android. Boos is going to be the world’s first Persian-Jewish dating app and is for people who want to pursue another career path as well as a fulfilling love life without having to compromise on either. “You should choose to do whatever you want to do professionally but just make sure that it makes you happy and that you can go on to have a happy personal life as well.”, Arash Barmaan says.

Keeping in line with its goal of normalising dating and marriage without the traditional societal constraints and expectations Boos Co. is also announcing the release of Poly, an app for polyamorous dating. It is no surprise at least for anyone who is keeping up with the times that polyamorous relationships are gradually becoming more commonplace with many realising that it is not taboo. “The number of people practising ethical polyamory in the United States is growing year after year. Poly will allow people to find multiple open-minded people, as well as become a third, fourth, or fifth partner in an existing polyamorous relationship.”

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Business

Armenian-American composer and pianist, Armen Ghazarian, releases his first original compositions: Untold Destiny, Op. 1 and Prelude No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 2.

Published

on

Ghazarian embarked on his compositional career in 2021 with these two short piano pieces, which were released to all streaming platforms on 8/25/2021.
Prelude No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 2 opens with an elegant, somber, and story-like melody which quickly escalates into an emotional diatribe. The original melody was written by Ghazarian when he was in high school. It was written for a homework assignment – an artistic response to Parzival by Wolfram von Eschenbach. This piece is inspired by Parzival’s punishment, when he is cursed for his ignorance and believes that God has turned against him. The piece ends with a rageful climax, leaving the listener with Parzival’s unresolved anguish, setting the stage for the next piece in this release.
Untold Destiny, Op. 1 begins with a charming yet melancholic intro which quickly takes a mysterious turn into the unknown. The piece slowly builds up and develops into a triumphant march, bringing optimism and resolution. The album artwork for this release, created by graphic artist Levon Parsegov (@levonpa on Instagram) depicts a shaggy, old, and blind anonymous man (resembling the famous Armenian composer, Arno Babajanyan) who has his back turned to the darkness. When asked to explain the meaning of this piece, Ghazarian said “It’s about the centuries old struggle and of the Armenian people… the darkness of the past has left its mark, but the future is still untold.” The man on the cover is facing a lighter, neutral color, which represents the untold future (destiny).

Continue Reading

Business

How are NFT artists making thousands of artworks?!

Published

on

Code-based digital art creation explained

NFT series have been wildly successful for their unique ability to feature collections that are created through image composition algorithms.

Unlike conventional art, where a piece is created as one image, the merging of coding and illustration allows for the combining of multiple pre-made characteristics to create unique digital art pieces.

Each trait is assigned a numerical value on a scale of rarity, therefore creating a ranked system of the entire collection from least to most rare (valuable).

Each trait is represented by 1 layer, compiled on top of each other to make the finished image, as is done in programs such as Adobe Photoshop.

This is how Artists are able to make collections featuring thousands of works, something previously only possible through decades of work.

Blockchain technology has birthed a beautiful system of cooperation between Artists and coders, each contributing unique skills

This method of generation can be likened to creating a character in a video game, you personalise it by choosing from a gallery of traits that all fit seamlessly onto the ‘base layer’; different eyes, noses, mouths, headwear, outfits, accessories etc all combine to make something truly unique.

Randomising libraries of character traits means that the possible combinations can number in the millions.

When you see the words ‘NFT collection’, the image of 8bit pixel art may come to mind. Though this art style seems to be the most viral sweeping through the Blockchain art-sphere (mainly in part due to the first hugely successful implementation of this tech in ‘CryptoPunks’), it isn’t because of limitations on image generation technology.

Fully-rendered detailed artwork is fast taking over the NFT space, backlash against the monetary value vs effort/intricacy of the artworks has bred a new and higher quality wave of collections.

Take Jailbirds as an example

This series caught our eye for it’s creative and grungy crime based concept that not only includes unique characters but also unique (felony) histories to go with them.

We couldn’t help but view this series as less of an art collection and more of an alternate-reality winged criminal database.

With the inclusion of crypto and defi (decentralised finance) related crimes and punishments alongside detailed illustration and an imaginative backstory, as well as an impressive library of over 300 traits, this collection ticks all the boxes of a thoughtfully designed NFT concept.

‘BItconnect’ refers to a large Ponzi Scheme that Lost investors $2Bn after the coin’s price dropped from almost $500 to less than $1

The inclusion of each character’s criminal charge does more than add interesting detail to the piece, it places them in a ranked database within the Jailbird meta verse.

NFT creators are branching out into interactive value-creating projects beyond the art collections themselves; featuring virtual spaces (similar to Hambo Hotel), games with in-game currency and earning potential as well as comics, miniseries and physical goods.

We have a feeling we’re only seeing the tip of the iceberg when it comes to NFT implementation, watch this space!

Check out Jailbirds & the latest trending NFT projects to collect and invest in here

Continue Reading

Business

‘National Human Rights Anti Crime and Anti Corruption Bureau’ has been Endeavoring Consistently to Help The Needy in Every Way Possible.

Published

on

The Representatives of NHRACACB are Constantly Toiling Hard to Aid The Needy and Helpless in Society.

Under The Guidance of The Founder and National President of The Bureau- Hon’ble Mohit Gupta and Other Officials, The Members Try their Best to Curb Corruption in All Sectors of Society whether Government, Private, or any other, and Ensure Justice by Protecting People’s Fundamental Rights Granted by The Constitution.

The Bureau Celebrated its 3rd Anniversary Day On 17th August 2021 by Donating Food and Essentials to The Elderly.

The Bureau has Eternally Fought to Raise The Dignity of The Poor, The Down-Trodden, and Oppressed People and Firmly Forced The Bureaucracy and The Government Officials to take Appropriate Actions.

They have always Stressed The Fact that The Basic Needs of Common People, such as Food, Shelter, Clothes, must be taken Care of by The Government Authorities and have shown Utter Commitment to give The Poor and Downtrodden their Rights to Live Better Lives with The Help Rendered by The Bureau.

The Bureau has Recently Launched ‘Mission 5000 Members’ in which they Aim To Enroll 5000 New Volunteers in the Bureau So as to Spread their Good Cause to A Wider Audience of kind People So that The Most Number of Needy People can Benefit from The Same.

The Founder- Mohit Gupta said “In India, Corruption and Human Rights Violations are Huge Problems that Block The Growth of The Nation and have Deprived The Common People of their Rights to Live. The Bureau has always stayed at The Forefront of The War Against Corruption and Gruesome Cases of Human Rights Violations and We Will keep Fighting Till We Build A Corruption-free Nation.”

Continue Reading

Trending