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Bitcoin clash

The existence of decentralised technology and cryptocurrencies can be considered as proof of society’s demand for decentralisation, as well as demonstrating the possibility of a new paradigm of financial systems and investment models. It is also conceivable that decentralisation may ...

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Fintech: The New World Order

The following is a guest post from Oscar Jofre, president and CEO of KoreConX.     Like most of you today, I spend a lot of time reading about fintech. You can get massive amounts of news reports and companies ...

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The Daily Dig for Wednesday, June 18

Today’s Daily Dig is about the signs proving an industry is hitting the mainstream: proposed government regulation, innovators ready to disrupt, and the sponsoring of a bowl game.   It’s official – Bitcoin’s in the mainstream now Nothing screams mainstream ...

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Bitcoin at crucial development point

Many Bitcoin proponents compare the cryptocurrency’s current status to the internet and personal computers at a similar stage of their development. A technological improvement allows it to take off.  The believers are counting on it, and they meet in groups ...

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Banks freezing out payday lenders

Facing increasing pressure from federal regulators, banks are letting that pressure flow further downstream by in turn threatening to sever ties with payday loan providers. Danielle Douglas takes a look at the payday lenders, the banks and the federal influence ...

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