GBC20 – Event: How to draft the Governance of Blockchain Applications? – Monday, January 20 09:00 to 09:20 – Roundtable https://lnkd.in/gKXWKcj
Bertrand PEREZ (managing director Libra association) now speaking abot hashtag#Libra at Geneva Blockchain Connection congress.
hashtag#Libra: the era of stablecoins
A compelling need to reduce operating cost for cross border payments
Financial systems are build with 50 old technologies
hashtag#Libra vision: enable a simple global payments system and financial Infrastructure that empowers billions of people
– not changing value every 20 seconds
– better performance, security and scalability
This afternoon full immersion in “Illicit-Trade & Counterfeiting impact in the consumer goods industry”. – 509 Billions dollars hashtag#counterfeiting in 2019 – Governments and private companies should work together We need to be trained to understand the power of hashtag#blockchain.
Visa just spent $5.3 billion to acquire Plaid, the fintech company powering Venmo and other banking apps. Plaid’s API software allows startups, like the mobile investing app Robinhood and the cryptocurrency exchanges Coinbase and Gemini, to connect to users’ bank accounts. According to Visa, one in four people with a US bank account have used Plaid’s technology.
Il guru dell’auto elettrica ha davanti a sé un anno decisivo: le azioni hanno più che raddoppiato il valore rispetto a sei mesi fa. Quest’anno gli obiettivi saranno il mercato cinese. E diventare (finalmente) profittevole
One of the major concerns of the Fourth Industrial Revolution is that artificial intelligence and automation – robots – will eliminate jobs, both blue-collar and white-collar roles across a variety of sectors.
While C-3PO and WALL-E might be good at processing algorithms, they can never replace living, breathing, thinking humans entirely in the workplace. From the auto factory producing a fine-tuned machine where safety and functionality are of utmost importance, to the commodities trading floor where high-value transactions must take into account complex, rapidly changing geopolitical movements, businesses of all kinds still require human intelligence.
And these humans must have bespoke skills and sharp problem-solving and decision-making abilities to fulfill these jobs – jobs that will remain lucrative and dependable, regardless of what robots come along.
The real challenge of the Fourth Industrial Revolution isn’t the robots – it’s that we aren’t properly training and reskilling humans for available jobs.