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Europe tightened controls on the inflow of cash and precious metals from outside of the EU, granting permission to border patrols to seize cash or gold brought in by suspects.
Banks and financial institutions including the Fed are doing exactly the opposite of what people needs to maintain financial security.
Facebook IQ published a white paper entitled “Millennials + money: The unfiltered journey” saying that 92% of millennials firmly expressed their distrust of banks.
Spain’s government plans to enforce a cash limit of 1,000 euro.The war on cash is on increase globally, from India to the US where some are pushing for a ban of $50 and $100 bills.
Amid India’s sudden currency reforms, cash is facing a global crackdown as governments move to take control over transactions, the paper in citizens’ pockets.
2016 has been the 'Year of the Blockchain,' with corporation after corporation, even nations, touting their interest and ability to use Bitcoin’s underlying advancement in their future business models. Will 2017 be the 'Year of the National Digital Currency?'
Demonetisation has led to people dying, long queues at banks and an air of uncertainty about India’s future.
In a world where cash is king, crime is rife. Bitcoin has come to the rescue of the cash beleaguered medical marijuana businesses.
The future of money does not include paper, and here are four reasons why digital currencies will become your official national currency.
The UK Gambling Commission has just made its views clear on the issue of whether Bitcoin is money or not.
When my Mom is on board, you’re doing something right.
Reserve Bank of India explores the Blockchain as a solution to cash use and deep-rooted tax avoidance.
Our society is moving faster and faster towards its cashless future, paradoxically at the same time losing trust in traditional banking. Does it mean that we are ready for Bitcoin? Is it time for it to finally enter the official financial scene?
A recent survey by The Zimbabwe Standard showed that a number of banks in the central business district of the country’s capital, Harare, had long queues to withdraw cash with others running out of cash by midday.
CoinTelegraph speaks to Devon Watson, Diebolds VP of Global Software R&D, on a mobile driven ATM, conditions for using Bitcoin in mobile banking and implementation of Blockchain into the Diebold platform.
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