Top Financial Leader Optimistic About Blockchain Technology

Top Financial Leader Optimistic About Blockchain Technology

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October 17, 2017 by Brian Forester
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Positive events with blockchain technology are all over the news. Different breakthroughs in this technology continue to provide excellent news to all investors. Blockchain technology leaves a huge impact not just in the financial sector, but to our simple lives too. It continues to offer an optimistic view for all companies and different industries. Although
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Positive events with blockchain technology are all over the news. Different breakthroughs in this technology continue to provide excellent news to all investors. Blockchain technology leaves a huge impact not just in the financial sector, but to our simple lives too.

It continues to offer an optimistic view for all companies and different industries.



Although there were concerns regarding blockchain’s security aspects, these issues, however, did not hamper its positive use and significance.

In recent news, the president of the World Bank gave his thoughts on the undying good reputation blockchain and on why it impacts our lives.

World Bank President: Everyone Is Excited About Blockchain

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The president of the World Bank had some positive things to say about blockchain during a media appearance yesterday.

Speaking with CNBC, Jim Yong Kim said that the technology is “something everyone is excited about” – a statement that he followed up with a cautionary argument about cryptocurrencies.

“[B]lockchain technology is something that everyone is excited about, but we have to remember that bitcoin is one of the very few instances. And the other times when blockchain was used they were basically Ponzi schemes, so it’s very important that if we go forward with it, we’re sure that it’s not going to be used to exploit,” he told the network.

The World Bank – a financial institution that lends money to national governments – is no stranger to blockchain. It launched a blockchain development laboratory this past summer, and has supported research projects that seek to apply the tech in areas like capital formation.

Kim went on to compare cryptocurrencies unfavorably to payment systems like those operated by Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba

“It takes three seconds, three seconds, to transfer as much as $160,000 to anybody who’s part of the Alibaba network, because they can assess creditworthiness in three seconds,” he said.

Via Coindesk



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