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    Swell is a headless eCommerce platform for modern brands, startups, and agencies.

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    Swell history

    Swell emerged as a fintech startup in 2015, aiming to revolutionize digital banking and investment. Its swift rise to success reflected a growing societal shift towards sustainable and impact investing, setting a new precedent for financial services.

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    ✨ Facts about Swell

    1. Swell is a term commonly used in the context of ocean waves, specifically describing the formation of long, smooth undulations on the water's surface that are propagated over large distances.
    
    2. Swells are generally caused by the wind, as it blows consistently over a large area and transfers its energy to the water, which then moves away from the source in the form of swells. This process is called "wave generation."
    
    3. Swells can travel thousands of miles from their point of origin with minimal energy losses, as their movement only involves a vertical transfer of energy between water particles. The deep ocean can carry swells for long distances because it lacks the interference faced by shallow water, like friction with the ocean floor.
    
    4. Swell height, period, and direction are the primary characteristics used to describe and measure swell waves. Swell height refers to the vertical distance between the crest (top) of a wave and the trough (bottom), while the period measures the time it takes for two successive crests to pass a specific point. Swell direction refers to the angle from which the waves are coming.
    
    5. For surfers, swells are critical in determining the surf conditions and the size, shape, and quality of the waves they ride. Different coastal locations may have unique swell patterns, with certain areas being more exposed or sheltered from incoming swells, resulting in varied surf conditions.
    
    

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