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September 11, 2015, 08:57:39 AM
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In a feature on WIRED, Nasdaq CIO Brad Peterson shared that bitcoin technology could transform the stock market. Nasdaq is the second-largest exchange in the world based on capitalization, next to the New York Stock Exchange.

http://www.newsbtc.com/2015/09/10/nasdaq-cio-says-bitcoin-can-transform-stock-market/
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The title is completely misleading."Bitcoin can transform stock market" is completely different to "bitcoin technology could transform stock market"!!
I hope everybody reading this gets that!!!!!
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The title is completely misleading."Bitcoin can transform stock market" is completely different to "bitcoin technology could transform stock market"!!
I hope everybody reading this gets that!!!!!

that is EXACTLY the gist im getting.  Thats what all these other companies (like IBM) are working on, blockchain technology.  eliminates need for "accountants" per se.

I mean, a ledger that records itself of any and ALL transactions, THAT is what they want...
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