On January 3, 2009 the Bitcoin blockchain saw its ‘genesis block‘ with a protest message: “The Times 03/Jan/2009 Chancellor on the brink of a second bank bailout”. It was the headline of an article in The Times newspaper, which reported that the government was considering
Jane Fraser, CEO of Citigroup, recently indicated in an interview that the traditional financial system has a place for cryptocurrencies, so it could benefit from certain technological and financial benefits associated with these assets. This was stated by Fraser during an interview conducted by Yahoo!
The international bank attached to Citigroup, Citibank, recently published a report in which it recognizes that cryptocurrencies are generating important changes in the digital payments ecosystems, at the same time that their market has grown in recent years. This is indicated by the Citibank researchers,
The giant banking company Citi has produced a new report, suggesting that bitcoin could become an “international trade currency” as it evolves. The report, entitled “Bitcoin: at the Tipping Point”, maps the evolution of the cryptocurrency: from a form of payment to its current value