Posted by Brian Kindle - 11/06/2023
The Building Blocks of the Future of Money
Throughout the course of human history, money has never been static. From shells and glass beads, to gold coins, to electronic funds transfers, money and the ways we move it are continuously evolving.
In our current moment, this evolution of money is happening at warp speed. Cryptocurrencies are one major factor driving changes in the monetary world, but faster payments in fiat, the rise of open banking and more are also at play.
As money transforms, are our regulatory frameworks and compliance programs keeping pace with the changes? In this episode of the Financial CrimeCast, we speak with Carole House, Executive in Residence at Terranet Ventures, and Dave Jevans, EVP of CipherTrace at Mastercard, for an insightful look at the current reality of a changing financial system.
We’ll examine what regulations will be needed to provide the framework for the future of money, trends that are linking crypto and traditional finance, the thorny challenge of digital identities, and much more.
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