frictionlessly

frictionlessly

(ˈfrɪkʃənləslɪ)
adv
in a frictionless manner
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There is no auto-play technology frictionlessly delivering you from one chapter of the novel you're reading to the next.
Using these Proxy Tokens, the UP Platform creates a common universal language that allows distinct blockchains and token-based projects to interact freely and frictionlessly with each other.
He said: "We ship thousands of goods daily across the borders that help keep power stations running, that help keep trains running, that help keep British manufacturing running - are those parts going to be able to pass pretty frictionlessly over the border?
"'[I]nfinitely reproducible, frictionlessly mobile' digital information flows far more quickly and continuously than its analog predecessor ever could." Id.
In addition, by using blockchain insurers and insureds can frictionlessly transmit premium and benefit payments via any of the hotly debated cryptocurrencies, such as bitcoin or ethereum.
Users want services that simplify and optimize their experience in using the library so they can move as frictionlessly as possible back and forth in the omnichannel environment.
A whole new world will be opened to us in which we can frictionlessly converse about saunas, zombies, wizards, dumplings, scarves, meditation, and crickets without so much as typing a word.
Contemporary China is, as it happens, a particularly resonant site for Eliasson's oeuvre: Here, even the red envelope, a traditional Lunar New Year gift symbolizing good luck, seems to have frictionlessly migrated to the online world via such applications as WeChat, yet the government blocks an ever-changing subset of websites and services provided by multinational companies such as Google and Facebook.
With Docker, IT organizations shrink application delivery from months to minutes, frictionlessly move workloads between data centers and the cloud and can achieve up to 20X greater efficiency in their use of computing resources.
They assume that banks can transact frictionlessly with the central bank in a way that is reminiscent of Williamson's (1998) assumption that the central bank (and only the central bank) can trade in all locations and, in that way, circumvent the assumed market segmentation.
As both Lowden and De Clerck demonstrate, it is possible to have a good UX--a website or product that does exactly what users expect it to, as frictionlessly as possible--and a poor CX, because for instance customer support can't respond adequately to a customer's question or problem.
Using a similar calculation as we did earlier, we note that insurers would require an increment of about $2 billion in our constant-maturity scenario and $8 billion in our duration-extension scenario to keep cash on hand to satisfy, say, 99 percent of five-day movements in swaps positions--assuming that margin could be frictionlessly netted across all contracts and accounts.