What has been happening around Blockchain Technology and Cryptocurrencies this week? The most relevant local and international developments as well as appealing background reports in a pointed and compact way in retrospect.
An interesting interview with Dr. Cyrus de la Rubia, Chief Economist of Hamburg Commercial Bank. De la Rubia has 25 years of financial market experience and answers questions regarding monetary policy, digitalization, blockchain and more.
An insightful report on the upcoming changes in the structure of the global currency systems. How digitalization and innovations in the areas of currencies, exchange rates and interest rates will lead to significant changes.
After initial hesitation about the blockchain, most leading financial institutions now recognize the opportunities it offers. Nevertheless, there are plenty of challenges in this area.
In addition, an Israeli start-up wants to soften the irrevocability of the block chain. With an intermediate step, incorrectly addressed transactions can be recalled by the sender.
Also: Telefonica, Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone are working on a block chain solution to simplify the billing of roaming costs. The solution is designed to reduce costs for telecommunications companies and ensure more efficient billing among operators.
An interview with dr. Cyrus De la Rubia about the current economic crisis, the ultra-loose monetary policy of the central banks, digitalization, block chain technology and digital currencies and assets.
Many changes are happening in the structure of the global economy. From currencies to interest rates, everything seems to be driven by digitalization and innovation.
Current technological megatrends in the banking sector include blockchain technology and the resulting cryptoeconomy. Financial institutions are confronted with a number of challenges.
The unchangeability of the blockchain ensures transaction security. Incorrect entries of recipient addresses will therefore lead to the loss of the transmitted values. An Israeli startup wants to remedy this situation with an intermediate step.
Roaming costs not only cause unpleasant surprises for users, they also present challenges for telecommunications companies when it comes to mutual billing. Blockchain technology should help to create efficiency.
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