Free Money for Everyone Sounds Great, But Finland Proves Basic Income is a Bust

Universal basic income experiments and other plans that seek to distribute free money seem wonderful considering so many people struggle to make ends meet because of their limited incomes. In the U.S., many legislators have called for federal and or/state governments to trial these economic policies. One recent proposal actually calls for people to receive money from the government even if they are unwilling to work……….

Source: Free Money for Everyone Sounds Great, But Finland Proves Basic Income is a Bust

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South Korean financial watchdog sticks to the decision of banning ICO

A new update has emerged from the South Korean financial authority, the Financial Services Commission (FSC). The financial regulatory decided to maintain the ban enforced towards ICOs, based on the findings of the Financial Supervisory Service (FSS). Started September last year, the FSS conducted a survey to 22 enterprises in the country that had launched ICOs, on which they only received feedbacks from 13 of them………..

Source: South Korean financial watchdog sticks to the decision of banning ICO

DTCC Study: Tech Inspired By Bitcoin Could Work For U.S. Equity Markets – Sarah Hansen

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The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC), which provides infrastructure services to financial markets across the globe, has released the results of a new study indicating that the distributed ledger technology (DLT) first popularized by bitcoin is capable of supporting the average daily trading volumes in the U.S. equity market: more than 100 million trades per day. The study was conducted by consulting firm Accenture with support from the technology service providers Digital Asset (DA) …….

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/sarahhansen/2018/10/16/dtcc-study-tech-inspired-by-bitcoin-could-work-for-us-equity-markets/#7494c5db36d0

 

 

 

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