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The possibilities that digital currency create with payments, ledgers, contracts, and the transparency to rebuild trust are momentous.
Today, Brett hosts Kamal Budhabbatti, called the Bill Gates of Kenya to talk about the amazing fintech scene in that part of the world.
We have discussed the debate over bitcoin and blockchains in the US and European markets, but the markets in Asia present a slew of new problems.
Today Breaking Banks is coming to you from the Innovate Finance Global Summit in London.
Both the financial and tech worlds have reputations for being male centered work environments.
Voice recognition is the most invisible computer interface. With the popularity of the Amazon Echo, fintechs and banks are both looking at the new possibilities to serve their customers.
Bitcoin has often been dismissed as the currency of criminals and frauds, but those in the FinTech space have thought differently for a long time.
Brett King returns to the host seat!
When the FinTech revolution first started, most of the action was in payments and consumer experience in daily banking.
As FinTech investments boom around the globe and as banks themselves begin accelerators to foster innovation inside the banks, there is a question of where the best ideas are fostered and how to get truly innovative ideas the right backing.
One of the exciting disruptions in the FinTech space is the new opportunities to enter investing. Investing has always seemed murky to people outside the banking space.
One of the frustrations with retail banking is the sense that all services are too expensive for the poor who could most benefit.
Today Breaking Banks is focusing on the FinTech scene in Russia. The Bear is bullish on FinTech.
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