30 Mar '16, 6am

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In a fast moving world, technology is needed that can keep up. The financial sector has been crawling when it comes to adopting technology and Pakistan has remained an afterthought as far as the latest advances and adoption even in that. Part of the reason is the way the governments handles the financial sector in Pakistan. Often it causes entrepreneurs to stay away from this sector. Fintech is now a space that is being redefined on the backbone of bitcoin and its underlying technology known as blockchain so it’s high time we take a serious look at its potential in our country.

Full article: http://propakistani.pk/2016/03/30/is-bitcoin-a-solution-t...

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