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Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies: an update

Bitcoin accepted here

Cryptocurrencies: a caveat and an update In this update to his recent post on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, John Clamp argues that it’s too early by far to rule out a sea change in finance resulting from blockchain technology. That having been said, the horizon is not without its cloudy quadrants. Critics abound When it comes to fundamental ‘memes’ such as money many observers scoff at Johnny-come-lately pretenders to the throne. That’s not surprising. After all, it’s not like governments and central banks aren’t pushing back, and while

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SMEs, Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, and the future of money

Are Bitcoins the future of money?

SMEs, ‘cryptos’, Bitcoin, and the future of money – why you should be thinking about it now.  By John Clamp.  Yes, we’re going to be talking about Bitcoin, cryptos, and all that jazz.  Tech Cache author Joe Albano has called Bitcoin ‘the Napster of digital currency’ (an initial product soon to be superseded). Sir Howard Davies, chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland, referenced Dante’s Inferno when talking about it (‘Abandon hope all ye who enter here’). Nobel laureate economist Joseph Stiglitz has called for Bitcoin to

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