From cash to code: the silent rise of digital currency

In less than a decade from now businesses will need to accept some form of digital currency. Just how prepared they are for the shift will determine who hits the jackpot and who gets left behind.

In less than a decade businesses will need to accept some form of digital currency as Big Data promotes a shift from cash to code. Just how businesses prepare for that shift will determine who hits the jackpot and who gets left behind.

That’s the message from the former innovation advisor to Hilary Clinton, Alec Ross, who contends that the current exuberance around Bitcoin is akin to the excitement generated by the early search engines.

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