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Quartz: One in five central banks say they will be using blockchain tech by 2019

Central banks are pretty bullish on blockchain technology, says a new study from the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance at Cambridge Judge. One in five central banks surveyed say they will deploy some form of blockchain tech within the next…

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Central banks are trialling blockchain

Central banks and other public sector institutions are actively involved in distributed ledger technology experiments and trials, finds the first Global Blockchain Benchmarking Study at the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance. Interest in enterprise blockchains and Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)…

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Alternative finance growth in the Americas

The online alternative finance market continues to grow in the US, Canada and Latin America, rising 23 per cent in 2016 to $35.2 billion, finds report by the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, and the…

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Business Because: Elite business schools are teaching MBAs about bitcoin’s blockchain

Business schools around the world are rolling out courses on blockchain to explore the topic in depth, writes Seb Murray. Cambridge Judge is planning to offer a course to executives on blockchain’s potential soon. “Think of somebody working for a…

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BBC: Blockchain bandits hit crypto start-ups

Interest in blockchain is growing not only among financial institutions, governments and investors but also among hackers, says the BBC. "More than 600 different cryptocurrencies have come out since Bitcoin emerged in 2009," says Dr Garrick Hileman from the Cambridge…

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