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UK bank the Royal Bank of Scotland is set to host Scotland’s first fintech hub. The physical entity will be based at the bank’s Edinburgh headquarters and open in May 2017.
National altcoins are becoming an increasingly robust phenomenon in countries throughout the world. Like Bitcoin but thinking local, their aim is to strengthen community economies. Want to find out more about national altcoins? Cointelegraph is here to tell you everything you need to know.
While Bitcoin is promising to become a universal currency, a new generation of cryptocurrencies is stepping in attempting to solve financial problems in specific countries.
A national cryptocurrency like Bitcoin is one of the viable options for an independent Scotland says research paper.
Can Brexit be cryptocurrency’s moment for the Scots? Willie Fleming of the Scotcoin Project answers.
JP Morgan expects Scotland to split from Britain and establish its own currency. Could Scotcoin, the Scottish cryptocurrency, rise to the top?
Temple Melville, Scotcoin’s majority holder, discusses the future of a cryptocurrency designed for the Scottish people. In late 2015, a major pub in Glasgow started accepting Scotcoin payments for pints.
If Scotland votes to secede this should be extremely positive for Bitcoin.
If cryptocurrencies are ever going to prove themselves they will need a testing ground that has a large enough population and Scotland might be the ideal location for such an experiment.
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