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10x lowers the cost of curiosity about digital transformation

Key Insights From This Interview The future of banking is clear. Banks will not own the technological infrastructure or operating platforms they use to deliver services. Customer focus will mean delivering services customers want, not being constantly in touch with them. And change – whether for customers or compliance – will be cheap and instantaneous.Continue reading 10x lowers the cost of curiosity about digital transformation

Why the case for regulating cryptocurrencies is becoming unanswerable

A summary of the webinar of June 17 2022 entitled Why the case for regulating cryptocurrencies is becoming unanswerable. SUMMARY 0.25: What is the case for regulating cryptocurrencies? The dream of Satoshi Nakamoto – the replacement of inflationary central bank-issued fiat currency transformed by the lending activities of banks into commercial bank money by aContinue reading “Why the case for regulating cryptocurrencies is becoming unanswerable”

Has reform of cross border payments lost its mojo?

A summary of the webinar of June 22 2022 entitled Has reform of cross border payments lost its mojo? SUMMARY 5.14 Is progress towards cheaper, faster, more accessible and more transparent cross-border payments too slow? Making cross- border payments faster, cheaper, more accessible and more transparent in terms of cost has support at the highest politicalContinue reading “Has reform of cross border payments lost its mojo?”

How banks can make money in the Metaverse

A summary of the webinar of June 17 2022 entitled How banks can make money in the Metaverse? SUMMARY What is the Metaverse? Definitions of the Metaverse tend to be either verbose and obscure or too succinct to explain anything. A lack of familiarity with the virtual world of gaming – the current version theContinue reading “How banks can make money in the Metaverse”

Blockchain in the bond markets could be a Trojan virus that kills incumbents

A summary of the webinar of April 20 2022 entitled Blockchain in the bond markets could be a Trojan virus that kills incumbents? SUMMARY What has happened so far? The US$124 trillion global bond market is now viewed as the most likely candidate to adopt blockchain on a major scale. There are several reasons forContinue reading “Blockchain in the bond markets could be a Trojan virus that kills incumbents”

Is it the destiny of Blockchain to become the Open Infrastructure?

A summary of the webinar of May 26 2022 entitled Is it the destiny of Blockchain to become the Open Infrastructure? SUMMARY Is it the destiny of Blockchain to become the Open Infrastructure? Is Blockchain just another software or database technology or is it a general purpose technology capable of totally transforming our economy andContinue reading “Is it the destiny of Blockchain to become the Open Infrastructure?”

Is the digital asset custody industry ready to grow up?

A summary of the webinar of June 9 2022 entitled Is the digital asset custody industry ready to grow up? SUMMARY What can be done about crime in the cryptocurrency and DeFi industries? According to Chainalysis, thieves stole $3.2 billion of cryptocurrency in 2021 and had stolen another $1.3 billion in the first quarter ofContinue reading “Is the digital asset custody industry ready to grow up?”

Why the case for regulating cryptocurrencies is becoming unanswerable (14 July 2022)

A Future of Finance webinar with regulators, lawyers, cryptocurrency players, exchanges, banks, digital asset players and technology companies Thursday July 14 at 2pm UK time The peer-to-peer system of cash outlined by Satoshi Nakamoto in his famous paper of October 2008 did not mention regulators or regulations. But its ambition of dispensing with trusted thirdContinue reading “Why the case for regulating cryptocurrencies is becoming unanswerable (14 July 2022)”