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Blockchain technology is disrupting the future because of its much faster and more seamless payment methods than traditional methods. The core of Blockchain Technology is its decentralized system, which is used for recording and documenting transactions involving a particular cryptocurrency, which could be bitcoin or any other digital currencies.
Bettina Warburg describes how the blockchain will eliminate the need for centralized institutions like banks or governments to facilitate trade, evolving age-old models of commerce and finance into something far more interesting: a distributed, transparent, autonomous system for exchanging value.
We hear about it all the time, but what is blockchain? And how is it going to impact the world? We explore how blockchain is allowing for the rise of cryptocurrency as well as how it is being applied outside of the financial sector.
Michael Saylor is the Chairman & CEO of MicroStrategy (MSTR), a publicly traded business intelligence firm that he founded in 1989. He is also the founder of Alarm.com (ALRM), named inventor on 40+ patents, & author of the book “The Mobile Wave”.
It's the showdown that everyone has been waiting for. Gold financier Frank Giustra versus MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor in the ultimate gold vs bitcoin battle. Ms. Daniela Cambone moderates.
Real Vision CEO, Raoul Pal, breaks down the events leading to the recent tidal wave of interest in Central Bank Digital Currencies. He touches on the various crises that have encouraged the rampant printing by central banks and the destructive consequences this has left in its wake.
Caitlin Long, CEO of Avanti Financial Group, joins Raoul Pal to discuss Bitcoin, Wyoming at the forefront of regulations, and the problems of custody for crypto assets. Long explains the benefits Bitcoin has over many traditional asset classes as well as the concerns brought about by unclear regulations.
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton speaks with CNBC's Bob Pisani about what he sees for the future of blockchain, cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings (ICO).
Bill Hinman, SEC division of corporate finance director, breaks down reasons why the SEC ruled that cryptocurrencies are not securities and won't need to be regulated as such.
SEC Chairman Gary Gensler joined "Squawk Box" on Friday to discuss what he's anticipating when it comes to future regulation of crypto markets. "I think that we need greater investor protection there," Gensler said
Senator Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.) spoke with CNBC's Ylan Mui about why she invests in bitcoin and is making the case for crypto to be an important part of a retirement portfolio.