Browsing the "Money2020" Tag

Tezos Founders on ICO Controversy: ‘This Will Blow Over’

| Marc Hochstein

In their first public appearance since Tezos' governance issues made headlines, Kathleen and Arthur Breitman projected confidence in the ICO project.

Blockchain Ideologies Clash as Money2020 Spotlights Capital Markets

| Pete Rizzo

A conversation about blockchain in capital markets highlighted the contrasting ways innovators are seeking to change financial systems.

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Identity and Aleppo Kick Off Money2020 Blockchain Discussion

| Pete Rizzo

The human cost of financial exclusion was the central focus of Money2020's first panel to focus on blockchain.


Payments Giant Worldpay is Quietly Supporting Bitcoin

| Pete Rizzo

CoinDesk speaks to global payment processing giant Worldpay about its bitcoin strategy and interest in the technology.


Gallery: Bitcoin and Blockchain Feature at Money 20/20 2015

| Pete Rizzo

Bitcoin and the blockchain were frequent topics at the annual Money20/20 conference held in Las Vegas last week.

MoneyGram: Bitcoin Will Fail to Disrupt Remittances

| Pete Rizzo

CoinDesk speaks to MoneyGram executive vice president Peter Ohser about why he believes bitcoin will fail to disrupt the remittance market.

Capital One Survey Finds Blockchain Interest Growing at Money20/20

| Pete Rizzo

Capital One has released a new survey that affirms the financial industry is increasingly optimistic about blockchain technology.


Heartland CEO: Blockchain Could Power Trillions in Bank Transactions

| Pete Rizzo

CoinDesk speaks to Heartland Payments CEO Bob Carr about his merchant payment services firm and its thesis on bitcoin and the blockchain.


Bitcoin and Blockchain Square Off at Money20/20

| Pete Rizzo

Money20/20 hosted its second (Bit)coinWorld track this year, a forum that highlighted ongoing terminology debates in the industry.

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Money20/20 Day 2: Automated Economies and the Internet of Value

| Stan Higgins

Day two of (Bit)coinWorld at Money2020 focused on forecasting what many considered the technology's promising future.