Tag Archives: OCC

Money reinvented: digital assets go mainstream

[ad_2][ad_1] Money has taken many forms over the centuries, from physical forms such as stones or shells to dematerialized bits and bytes. Money itself has no value except as a medium of exchange and unit of measurement. Bartering most likely preceded money for easily tradable items such as animal skins …

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What is missing from the fintech card of the OCC

[ad_1] A version of this post was previously published on the Federal Financial Analytics blog. The Office of the Currency Controller recently concluded its controversial decision to authorize a fintech card for special purposes. Although OCC points out that it is holding these special purpose cards to standards equivalent to …

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