Epicenter Bitcoin Simon Dixon

How Bnk To The Future is Rethinking Finance – Epicenter Bitcoin

http://ift.tt/eA8V8J Ever since the financial system collapsed in 2007, the call for alternatives has grown louder. Bitcoin itself can be seen as such an alternative. Simon Dixon’s search for a way to put capitalism on a sounder financial footing began before Bitcoin with a focus on equity crowdfunding. Since then he has built Bank to…

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Bitcoin v. Banking

Why banks and regulators are scared of bitcoin?

In a nutshell – transparency and honesty is less profitable that financial shenanigans behind a centralised ridable ledger called a bank. And I still don’t have the answer to who regulates the regulators? Blockchain is the 21st century problem solver – in my view one of the most significant application of the internet and the most…

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HSBC Scandal

HSBC is a private ledger, #Bitcoin is a transparent ledger, Money Laundering is a private ledger problem

Think of HSBC as a private record of its customers transactions – a private ledger owned by HSBC. Think of Bitcoin as a transparent bank where every transaction is reported and verified by thousands of computers all plugged together. HSBC relays on regulations and honesty of bankers. Bitcoin publishes everything but it keeps tha users…

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Finance 2020

Finance 2020 – Speaking at BT today on the future of finance

@SimonDixonTwitt 'FFF early seed in access to finance' @TheFSForum #FSF2020vision #BankToTheFuture pic.twitter.com/TZSy2NvZWn — Catherine Barrett (@catherineba) November 27, 2014 Very interesting presentation today @SimonDixonTwitt. Would love to invite you to speak at @BrightTALK. Let's chat! pic.twitter.com/ukolcNvtJl — Kelsey Quinn (@kelseylquinn) November 27, 2014 @SimonDixonTwitt fascinating presentation @TheFSForum – you enabled me to understand a huge…

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Bitcoin 2014 Simon Dixon

Bitcoin 2014 – My panel on stepping stones to adoption

Here is the recording of my panel from Bitcoin 2014 in Amsterdam.

Bitcoin2014 – Panel: Stepping Stones to Adoption

Moderator:
Carter Dougherty (Consumer Finance Reporter, Bloomberg News)

Speakers:
Eric Benz (Business Development Advisor, GoCoin)
Simon Dixon (CEO & Co-founder, BankToTheFuture.com)
Dolf Diederichsen (CEO & Co-founder, bit4coin)
Gaston Hendriks (Co-founder, Digital Currency NV)

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Rebuilding our economy photos @MaxKeiser @StacyHerbert @SimonDixonTwitt @JonnyBitcoin @StephanTual #BankToTheFuture

Here are the highlights, photos and story from Twitter after our Rebuilding our economy with Digital Currencies and Crowd Finance event. We had representatives from Satoshi Point, MaxCoin, Ethereum, PitPesa, StartJOIN, StartCOIN and BankToTheFuture, as well as Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert from Keiser Report. Video recording to follow up once edited (Register your name…

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Satoshi Point

Need Bitcoins? Satoshi Point will be bringing their Bitcoin ATM to our event on Monday @SatoshiPoint

Need Bitcoins? Satoshi Point will be bringing their Bitcoin ATM to our event on Monday so you can get your hands on the highest performing asset class of 2013. Join Max Keiser, Stacy Herbert, myself and some other surprise guests in central London. Full details here. The government gave us Quantitative Easing (QE) that served…

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BAIL IN 2

Bail-In’s & 3 giant reasons to store some of your wealth in #Bitcoin

When presenting to investors on alternative finance and the advantages of investing through new technologies like Equity CrowdFunding and Digital Currencies, I am often asked what the big deal is and what advantages digital currencies have over traditional government issued currencies known as fiat money. Yes, fiat money has some big advantages over digital currencies in…

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The truth about banking

First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as self-evident – Banks Create Money

All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident. — Arthur Schopenhauer, German philosopher (1788 – 1860)   Over the yeses It has been an unbelievable journey presenting all around the world on the truth about banking. But we recently reached a turning point.…

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