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  • user 10:52 am on April 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Understanding MiFID II’s 30,000 Pages Of Regulation Requires RegTech 

    Financial regulations are streaming forth faster than mere humans can read and interpret them. Regulators need to employ tech to create machine-readable standards — FCA is leading the way — while users and fintechs need to work with regulators to develop standards.
    Financial Technology

  • user 12:18 pm on June 27, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Corporate Culture and Lack of Understanding Hinder API Adoption at Banks 

    For the third consecutive year, Bank Innovation has teamed up with Open Bank Project and (this year) the University of Warwick, to conduct a research survey on how financial institutions worldwide are prioritizing API initiatives in 2017. The report, which surveyed more than 200 high-ranking executives from financial services and banking industry, indicated a growing [&;]
    Bank Innovation

  • user 3:40 pm on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Understanding The DAO Hack for Journalists 

    strategist David Siegel gives a step-by-step overview of the attack on The DAO for and media members.

  • user 12:14 pm on May 4, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Understanding How Bitcoin Works 

    More and more businesses are now expanding their operations into the digital world. And there has always been a need for virtual currencies and online transaction systems like Paypal. To answer this demand, a type of digital currency that is accessible on the Internet, and can be used wherever you are. Bitcoin is a crypto-currency which uses peer-to-peer (P2P) . This allows it to operate without the need of a central authority. The maximum amount of bitcoins in the market at a single time is 21 million units and new bitcoins are produced at a diminishing rate. This ensures that existing bitcoins have value in today’s market.

    By using peer-to-peer (P2P) systems, bitcoin eliminates the requirement for a third party to enable transactions between a buyer and a seller. Therefore, bitcoins will allow you to save in terms of transaction expenses. A majority of online transaction systems like Paypal charge a certain fee for each transaction. For individuals and businesses that carry out huge amounts of online transactions, bitcoins is a good way to help you reduce total costs. Besides that, the bitcoin currency is decentralized. This essentially means that the currency is not controlled by any oversight body or authorities. This means that bitcoins are not suppressed and controlled unlike the printing and distribution of real currencies which are controlled by the Government.

    To use bitcoins, the first thing you need is an online bitcoin wallet. You will need an e-wallet to store your bitcoins as it is a virtual currency. There are many websites that provide users with free bitcoin wallets – like My Wallet from http://.info. To get started with the bitcoin system, all you need to do is visit one of these websites and sign up for a bitcoin wallet with the website. After that, you are all set to go. Bitcoin wallets can also be accessible using your smartphone through various mobile applications. This allows you to make online transactions, even when you are away from your computer.

    To enhance the security of your bitcoin wallet, you might want to download and use a reliable desktop client. These clients help you to store bitcoin transactions onto your computer. Always remember to back up and save your transactions onto your client from time to time. This ensures that your money is safe, even if your smartphone gets stolen or your computer breaks down. Most users download the Satoshi Client for this purpose as it is a reliable and reputable software.

    Once you have your wallet set up, you can begin to transacting with bitcoins. There are many ways for you to earn bitcoins. Firstly, you can purchase bitcoins from different online sellers. You can also receive it from carrying out business transactions. And if you have the time, you can gain free bitcoins by completing simple tasks like surveys, or you can do bitcoin mining to ‘dig out’ unfound bitcoins. Despite being relatively new to the market, many companies and individuals are now accepting bitcoins as a form of payment. If you think that bitcoin is able to help you grow your business, you should get started right away by creating an e-wallet.

    Are you looking for more information regarding Bitcoin? Visit http://blockchain.info/wallet today!

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