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In a podcast podcast, Ximena Sanchez from China’s Central Bank discusses the risks of blockchain in wider financial markets. Why some experts are concerned, and what could go wrong. Also on the podcast, David Black from CoinDesk looks at how physical currencies are moving away from the digital revolution, and what could happen.
In the podcast, Jorge Lange of France’s Centre for Economic Policy Studies discusses the challenges of online payment transactions. And finally, Marco Schourzwyl from UBS Financial Services discusses the lessons from the German referendum on the European Union, and how it could affect Britain’s referendum.
As cryptocurrency gets more popular, companies are being forced to rethink their strategy and responses to the new world.
Realpolitikz unveils its analysis of what the future holds for some of the key players involved in the fight to be the bitcoin leader. The company has provided analysis on both sides, so when you’re contemplating your next move, this is the company you should work with.
This podcast from Macquarie’s Claude Wu reveals the successes of the first bitcoin ETF and the challenges ahead for the cryptocurrency.
And, last, The Economist’s David Pilling reports on the impact of bitcoin on major financial institutions and the risks involved.