A recent slot of the NPR show All Things Considered looked at the possibility of a world without banks and how P2P would be a big part of it. Read the transcript here.
Expresscoin seeks to unite unbanked with cryptocurrencies
The hundreds of millions of unbanked people around the world are an ideal market for cryptocurrencies, especially if related services include transfers, money orders and other services which can be cumbersome for the unbanked and underbanked. Expresscoin looks to change this, notes Pete Rizzo.
India’s big banks, suddenly attractive need to change to help economy grow
The Chair of the State Bank of India discusses the recent election results, investment attraction to the previously-shunned banks, and what those banks need to do to help India’s economy grow in an interview with the Economic Times.
Santa Fe mayor considers establishment of local public bank
While very rare in the United States, public banks are common in other parts of the world. Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales is considering one for his city in an attempt to provide loans to local businesses and keep profits close to home so they can be reinvested in the community, writes Daniel Chacon.