Tag Archives: blockchain

FCA And BoE Launch Blockchain-Based Reporting Initiative

The word “blockchain” was once used as a marketing gimmick for companies pivoting into an ill-understood, gimmicky world. But blockchain technology is a good way of organising information without reference to a central agent. And that’s now official – the regulatory authorities are using it in an innovative way. Our friends at Finextra report: The […]

Cryptos, Blockchain And The Next AltFi Wave – Plus Loan Latest

There’s a lot of nonsense and hype surrounding cryptocurrencies and its underlying blockchain technology. But there’s also a sensible way ahead – probably involving asset-linked digital tokens using blockchain. These securities (they will be regulated as such) are the coming fashionable wave in alternative finance. We believe they may prove more durable than many cryptocurrencies. […]

Bitcoin, ICOs And Cryptocurrencies – Mining Truth From Fiction

Cryptocurrencies are increasingly popular amongst peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platforms. We can see the virtue of an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) in that it can create liquidity where there was one before. The ICO is an interesting animal. But we’ll not be doing an ICO just for the sake of liquidity. At Money&Co. we’re old-fashioned enough […]