The Future of Money at Sibos

12 Sep

Here’s a quick introduction of what I will be speaking about on the Future of Money panel (with a lot of great minds) at Sibos in Toronto. And yes, I do think there is a big role for banks in the future. Hope you can join us, if you’re interested in the topic.

Thursday 22 September 09:00 – 10:30 Conference room 3
New payment schemes are trying to enable peer-to-peer money transfers, dis-intermediating the banks. Money is no longer seen as the sole representation of value. New alternative currencies are being created. Facebook credits are now used by more than 250 million people. New payments schemes are being proposed at the infrastructure level of the internet. Currency is open-sourced. How can we create new systems of wealth generation and abundance? What does the future hold for banks and other financial institutions in the wake of massive peer-to-peer exchange? How do we (re)define the role of banks in this fast moving eco-system of new value providers?

Posted by Heather Schlegel (@heathervescent), cross posted at www.heathervescent.com

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  1. Timizzer - 02/10/2012

    […] The Future of Money at Sibos (innotribe.wordpress.com) Paul Milne  (68 Posts)I am a writer based in London, specialising in finance, trading, investment, and forex. Aside from the articles and content I write for Timizzer, I also write for euroinvestor.com, and I have also written educational trading and investment guides for various websites including tradingquarter.com. Before specialising in finance, I worked as a writer for various digital marketing firms, specialising in online SEO-friendly content. I grew up in Aberdeen, Scotland, and I have an MA in English Literature from the University of Glasgow and I am a lead musician in a band. You can find me on twitter @pmilne100. Tweet This entry was posted in Alternative banking, Banking, Fin Tech and tagged innotribe 211, innovation, movenbank, sibos, social media, swift by Paul Milne. Bookmark the permalink. […]

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