25 Apr '16, 8pm

via @bankinnovation

Bitcoin has taken a backseat to the blockchain for at least a year now, but the cryptocurrency isn’t going anywhere. Actually, it’s in Asia, where it may have a more profound impact that is possible in the U.S. or Europe. Guest host Rob Findlay discusses with Marcus Swanepoel of BitX, and Antony Lewis of bitsonblocks.net.

Full article: http://bankinnovation.net/2016/04/breaking-banks-bitcoins...

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