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Blockchain Brain Drain Is About More Than Money
The next-generation of financial technologists will want more from corporations and businesses, argues ex-CME digitization lead Sandra Ro.
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2018: The Year We Make Cont(r)act
2017 may have been a historic year in blockchain, but Banca IMI's Massimo Morini argues the seeds for this revolution were sown in 2016.
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It's Time for Governments to Embrace Blockchain
Governments haven't typically been thought of as early blockchain adopters. That could soon change, writes IBM's Marie Wieck.
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Out With the Old? Blockchain Requires a New Regulatory Approach
What if an ICO is just an ICO? Eva Kaili argues regulations need more imaginative approaches to blockchain.
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2018's Big Question: Can Bitcoin Forks Deliver Value?
Forking bitcoin was all the rage in 2017. In 2018, the question might be, what are we getting in return?
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Victory Lap? 2017 Was Bitcoin's Backwards Year
2017 was another bad year in bitcoin in the eyes of long-time industry observer Jim Harper, but he sees a silver lining at the end of the story.
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Bitcoin Investing: A 10,000-Year View
Far from a bubble, bitcoin is on the path to becoming a significant part of global money supply, according to trader and analyst Willy Woo.
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2018: Another Growth Year for Blockchain
Think 2017 was a fluke? Not according to blockchain advisor Oliver Bussmann who makes the case next year will see further growth.
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2017: The 'Butt' of Bitcoin's Joke
Sanity? You weren't going to find it in the crypto world in 2017 according to author David Gerard. Insanity, though, there's plenty to go around...
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