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US, two bills for cryptocurrency regulation

Next week, the US Congress could introduce two bills to regulate the cryptocurrency field. As reported by Kate Rooney on the CNBC website, the objectives are three: fraud prevention, consumer protection and making United States a leader in the digital area. In...

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These are state-of-the-art digital assets

Axel P. Lehmann on the World Economic Forum website cites a report entitled "The global financial and monetary system in 2030". The report states that the increasing acceptance and adoption of cryptocurrencies will have numerous positive effects because it will help...

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In 2019 cryptocurrency will become mainstream

Gerald Fenech on Forbes makes some predictions for 2019: cryptocurrencies will no longer be the subject of speculation and capitalization but will be used in everyday life, numerous and extraordinary projects based on collaboration and mutual support will allow a...

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European fintech hubs post-Brexit

As a result of Brexit, some European capitals could become big new fintech hubs. Joe Wallen on Forbes indicates three cities.Tallinn: with over 400 startups, it is called the "Silicon Valley on the Baltic Sea" and Estonia has the third highest concentration of...

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Japan is regulating ICOs

The Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) is ready to introduce a new regulatory framework for ICOs. The goal, as Maryam Manzoor writes on Cryptovest, is to increase investor protection by requiring all business operators to register with the...

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Traditional banks vs fintech, future scenarios

The future of traditional banks is the subject of an article by Ryan Browne for the CNBC website. Browne has interviewed a bank CEO who said that in the next few years financial institutions will suffer "massive disruption" due to the competition from financial...

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They all agree: 2019 will be the year of bitcoin

According to a recent report by AT Kearney, by the end of 2019 bitcoin will reclaim nearly two-thirds of the crypto-market capitalization in the cryptocurrency market and the financial regulators will change their position on the issue. Panos Mourdoukoutas on Forbes...

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Blockchain against digital monopoly

Darryn Pollock on Forbes writes that the blockchain could be used to fight the YouTube monopoly. Through its own algorithms, it rewards some content producers in spite of others. Many stars are looking for a decentralized solution and many blockchain-based social...

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Fairer media and entertainment thanks to the blockchain

Nelson Granados on Forbes analyzes the revolutionary impact that the blockchain would bring in the media and entertainment fields, by ensuring all parties receive their fair share of future revenues from licensing or consumption, copyright and royalties. These areas...

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