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Author Topic: 2012-06-20 mondato.com - Underground Remittances - From Hawala to Bitcoin  (Read 950 times)
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Mondato 'Global Value Transfer Experts' - A Delaware company specializing in international value transfer and 'Specialists in mobile financial services' has published a newsletter (via email) on Bitcoin:
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Underground Remittances - From Hawala to Bitcoin

2012-06-20

http://www.mondato.com/en/articles/underground-remittances---from-hawala-to-bitcoin

In countries where remittances are illegal or strictly regulated, diaspora populations have devised innovative ways to send money home. We look at a few difficult-to-access countries to see how money makes its way in, and if these underground corridors might soon go mobile.

Bitcoin: Disruptive Force, or Security Hazard?
 
Bitcoin, a peer-to-peer digital currency, has the potential to be a truly disruptive technology in the mobile payments realm, particularly in emerging markets. But will security risks prevent it from garnering mainstream appeal?
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About Mondato:
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Mondato is an international value transfer portal. We offer a consumer search function to enable people to find options for money transfer (and eventually other forms of value transfer such as airtime and bill payment) that best suit their needs.  
Mondato is also a business-focused knowledge source for entrepreneurs, businesspeople, investors, analysts, and others who need to stay on top of the industry from the perspectives of mobile operators, banking and financial service providers, regulators, NGOs, and more.
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more: http://mondato.com/en/about_us

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