A Month Ago

Are US regulators stifling Digital innovation?

2 min video — America have been the tech global leaders but they seem to be slipping behind……

The attraction of doing business in the US is obvious, being the biggest economy globally, and there still exists a very ‘can-do’ attitude. However, if you are running a regulated business or, even worse, you do not think there is the necessity to be regulated but the Americans think you do, then you potentially face the double challenge of both State and Federal laws.

For the last 20 or 30 years, California’s Silicon Valley has, without doubt (largely due to...


Given almost zero interest rates are Revenue Sharing Tokens a possible solution

2 min video looking at the how Revenue Sharing Tokens could offer income producing investments for investors

In more recent times there has been considerable hype, speculation, and unfortunately a fair share of scandal and disappointment around Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) more commonly referred to as cryptos. However, the technology upon which ICO as relied has been used to create Security Token Offering (STOs) backed by real assets such as bonds, commodities, equities, real estate etc.

In turn we are now seeing companies such as Ucrowdme and financial commentators such as Blockchain...


Global loyalty programs about to be turned in to a Digital Assets and monetised?

A 2 min video questions why JP Morgan one of the worlds biggest banks is turning its attention to loyalty programs and how to monetise them.

The importance of loyalty programs cannot be underestimated as a way to encourage customers to make repeat purchases as 80% of your company’s future revenue will come from just 20% of your existing customers. Gartner. It is estimated that the global value of loyalty programs is expected to grow to over $5.2 billion a 17% p.a. growth in the next four years.



US regulators seem to be embracing Digital Assets will this lead to a $CBDC

2 min video looking at different ways US regulators are engaging with Digital Assets as The Fed confirms its interest in $CBDC

Henri Arslanian, Chairman, FinTech Association of Hong Kong, and PwC Global Crypto Leader said; “that stablecoins have the potential to bring about a meaningful difference in the cross-border payments sector”. Well certainly they have been attracting attention as there are now over $20 billion worth of stablecoins in circulation globally.

Stablecoins fall into four different categories, those that are backed by:

· Fiat — Tether (USDT)

· Commodities- Perth Mint Gold (PMGT)



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