Criticism of cash retirement is often heard within disruptive technology circles; banks reeling in paper means more control over costs and money supply, as well as greater surveillance of citizens’... Read More
Long-time White House advisor and US government official Dr. Harald Malmgren believes blockchain technology is likely to be used by the world’s central banks to create a “universal cashless system.”... Read More
CBW Bank, a Kansas based community bank partnered with Ripple in 2014 to become one of the first banks to use the Ripple protocol to enable instantaneous transactions “between customers and the... Read More
Two of Australia's "big four banks," Westpac Banking Corporation and the Australia and New Zealand Bank Group (ANZ), are trialing Ripple payments for faster and lower-cost cross-border payments.... Read More
UPDATE (17th December 14:25 BST): This article has been updated with additional information.
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New entrants to t... Read More
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