Think of it as Bitcoin for Bankers
Digital Currencies 2014 on July 29 at Convene in NYC is bringing together bankers, regulatory institutions and the minds behind digital currencies to shed light on how the industry could be transformed and what stake banks should take in it.
Manager of the Global
Wells Fargo & Company
Internet Archive Federal
Commissioner of Banks,
Massachusetts Division of Banks;
Chairman of the CSBS Emerging Payments Task Force
Conference of State Bank Supervisors
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Cut through the noise surrounding Bitcoin and you might see a potentially transformative underlying technology that enables value to be transmitted around the world, virtually for free, using a trusted third party only if so desired.Savvy observers are looking beyond Bitcoin as a currency.
Along with other cryptocurrencies such as Ripple, Ethereum, Mastercoin, Bitcoin introduces a new set of payments rails that could conceivably provide a means of exchange for a whole lot more than a stateless, digital currency think stock certificates or property titles.
For financial services, an industry predicated on trust in third parties, the long-term implications of Bitcoin's underlying decentralized technology are staggering.
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