Andrew Keys and Gil Penchina, token and investor veterans, swap notes on how the big money is coming into digital assets – and why.
Morgan McKenney, a leader in Citi’s internal innovation efforts, says blockchain can improve cross-border payments but is skeptical about its revolutionizing trade finance or correspondent banking.
Arthur Hayes explains how revolutionary ideas transform the way societies create and foster new forms of money.
Frank Troise: crypto-currencies do not challenge the hegemony of the U.S. dollar as the world’s reserve currency.
Jame DiBiasio argues that digital currencies are going to end up being taxed – and that is a good thing for the development of crypto-currencies.
Kenetic Capital's Jehan Chu discusses his approach to investing in digital assets, the institutionalization of the market, and where the action will be next following China's...
A new initiative, openANX, aims to make blockchain and crypto-currency trading more institutionalized.
A new initiative seeks to help digital currencies shed their dodgy, Wild West origins and become acceptable to institutional investors.
The head of fintech investments at IFC, the private-sector arm of the World Bank, says bitcoin, not blockchain, is the important thing.
The startup hopes banks will want to join its network if it gains scale among remittance wallets.