seid doch nicht immer so pessimistisch, der Bitcoin bedeutet für so vieles eine einzigartige Lösung, für viele Dinge dadurch das er dezentral ist, nur deswegen, also das netzwerk, es gibt doch nicht anders, natürlich altcoins, aber sonst...http://bitnewz.net/ArticlesXapo Announces Plans to Upgrade to Bitcoin Classic
On February 21, 2016, popular bitcoin wallet platform and vault solutions provider Xapo CEO Wences Casares announced that the company is planning to upgrade to Bitcoin Classic, with a vision to help the Bitcoin network scale efficiently. Xapo is planning to upgrade to Classic. We’re committed to helping bitcoin scale and to supporting the initiatives … Continue reading Xapo Announces Plans to Upgrade to Bitcoin Classic
Core Devs and Classic Adopters Alike Disagree With Roundtable ResolutionsBarclays and Blockchain to Make a Difference in African Banking Sector
Barclays launches its Rise - fintech innovation and acceleration program in Africa to improve the banking sector. Read more....
Even though a few bitcoin-based financial startups have shown some promising results, solving the large scale problem in the region using just bitcoin is still a long shot. However, regular financial services using Bitcoin technology may have better results. African banks and financial institutions seem to have realized it now. And by drawing inspiration from their Western and Asian counterparts, they have started to focus on blockchain technology for their banking operations.
Barclays Rise Enters Africa
Making this process easier is Barclays, the global banking, and financial institution. Apart from being one of the well-known names in the banking and finance circles, Barclays is also known for its leaning towards innovation in the fintech sector. The African subsidiary of the banking conglomerate, Barclays Africa is staying true to its parent company’s DNA by introducing Rise – the fintech innovation and acceleration program in the region. The first cohort of Barclays Accelerator as part of its Rise program is set by the end of next month in Cape Town, South Africa. Here fintech startups in the region are offered mentorship to help them create products that address various opportunities presented by the vast fintech sector in the region.
Banks Can Improve Their Service with Blockchain Technology
Banks can also cut down their operation costs and pass the benefits to customers. In countries where banking services are expensive, this can come as a huge relief. Also, foreign remittance plays an important role in African economies and with blockchain technology, banks can enable faster and inexpensive fund transfer options. Similarly, electronic payments can also get a boost with these improvements.
If banks and financial institutions manage to implement blockchain technology effectively, they may even end up replacing established services like Mpesa in no time.This Proposal Could Reshape Europe's Cryptocurrency Policies
How should stakeholders react?
It is difficult to evaluate the EC's plan, since at the moment it is extremely general and vague. However, very likely it will open the door for the introduction of cryptocurrencies to the EU payment services regulations.
klar braucht er ne Pause, @nein nein keine Divergenz @bennana
ähm das könnte man versucht Maniputlation nennen, verdächtig gleich die Umsätze, oder auch ein big trade, jetzt billiger zurück kaufen. war bestimmt Treano, der alte Zocker
, der grinst da unten schon so hämisch