In this edition:
Ethereum: The great handshake
How Web 3.0 creates value for users, not platforms
Global regulators target blockchain-based 'decentralised finance'
Why leaving tax out of Fintech is leaving opportunity on the table
How blockchain-based firms are taking over banking and public sector roles.
Ethereum: The great handshake.
Ethereum is the world’s most popular digital contract compiler, maintained by many but owned by none. Perhaps one of the most interesting factors behind its popularization is the future it paints — one that transforms our current internet standards for ownership, value creation and, most importantly, privacy.
How Web 3.0 Creates Value for Users, Not Platforms.
There has been a Cambrian explosion of Web 3.0 apps. Let's make sure this evolution continues for decades to come.
Global regulators target blockchain-based 'decentralised finance'.
Task force says services should comply with anti-money laundering rules.
Why leaving tax out of Fintech is leaving opportunity on the table.