Bitcoin Could Be The Answer To Charity Transparency

New online currencies such as Bitcoin could be the answer to charities becoming more transparent over how they spend donations, says a report released today by the Charities Aid Foundation. Because of the nature of the currency, each Bitcoin is unique and all transactions are traceable.

Bitcoin Could Be The Answer To Charity Transparency

New online currencies such as Bitcoin could be the answer to charities becoming more transparent over how they spend donations, says a report released today by the Charities Aid Foundation. Because of the nature of the currency, each Bitcoin is unique and all transactions are traceable.

Strong Growth Continues in P2P Lending Market

New figures from the P2PFA show that P2P lending industry lent more than £459 million in the first quarter of 2015, taking cumulative lending to more than £2.6 billion.

Strong Growth Continues in P2P Lending Market

New figures from the P2PFA show that P2P lending industry lent more than £459 million in the first quarter of 2015, taking cumulative lending to more than £2.6 billion.

Corporate Banking is mostly Traditional Fintech but disruption is coming via Blockchain

Originally posted on Daily Fintech:
Banks serve Consumers and Corporates. (Banks don’t know how to service Small Business but that is another story). In this post I want to focus on Corporates (Global 2000). This includes; Debt (and maybe equity…

Corporate Banking is mostly Traditional Fintech but disruption is coming via Blockchain

Originally posted on Daily Fintech:
Banks serve Consumers and Corporates. (Banks don’t know how to service Small Business but that is another story). In this post I want to focus on Corporates (Global 2000). This includes; Debt (and maybe equity…

CoinDesk’s CryptoCurrency 2.0 report: Who’s is Who in the Next-Generation Cryptographic Applications?

Next-generation cryptographic applications (NGDAs), commonly grouped under the term ‘cryptocurrency 2.0’, are a class of emerging projects seeking to expand blockchain technology beyond the storage and transfer of money.

CoinDesk’s 56-page report provides a snapshot of the fast-changing NGDA ecosystem and a Who’s Who of the diverse companies contained within it.

CoinDesk’s CryptoCurrency 2.0 report: Who’s is Who in the Next-Generation Cryptographic Applications?

Next-generation cryptographic applications (NGDAs), commonly grouped under the term ‘cryptocurrency 2.0’, are a class of emerging projects seeking to expand blockchain technology beyond the storage and transfer of money.

CoinDesk’s 56-page report provides a snapshot of the fast-changing NGDA ecosystem and a Who’s Who of the diverse companies contained within it.

MIT launches Digital Currency Initiative

The goal of the Digital Currency Initiative is to bring together global experts in areas ranging from cryptography, to economics, to privacy, to distributed systems, to take on this important new area of research.

MIT launches Digital Currency Initiative

The goal of the Digital Currency Initiative is to bring together global experts in areas ranging from cryptography, to economics, to privacy, to distributed systems, to take on this important new area of research.

Social Enterprise Etsy raises $267M in an IPO

Etsy Inc., the website founded a decade ago by a carpenter looking to sell wooden computers, nearly doubled in its trading debut after raising $267M in an initial public offering.

Social Enterprise Etsy raises $267M in an IPO

Etsy Inc., the website founded a decade ago by a carpenter looking to sell wooden computers, nearly doubled in its trading debut after raising $267M in an initial public offering.

World Bank reports massive drop in number of unbanked

From 2011 and 2014, 700 million people became account holders at banks, other financial institutions, or mobile money service providers, and the number of unbanked individuals dropped 20 percent to 2 billion adults, according to the 2014 Global Findex released this week.

World Bank reports massive drop in number of unbanked

From 2011 and 2014, 700 million people became account holders at banks, other financial institutions, or mobile money service providers, and the number of unbanked individuals dropped 20 percent to 2 billion adults, according to the 2014 Global Findex released this week.