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Is innovation a threat to incumbent structures?

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Ali Farid Khwaja, vice president, Berenberg discusses the benefits and drawbacks of cryptocurrencies and the implications for traditional banking structures.

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A Finextra member | 21 May, 2014, 12:29

A very good commentary from Ali Farid Khwaja. I liked his points on the fragementation of cryptocurrencies and how regulation at this early (near infancy stage) of that market would be detrimental to their growth as a disruptive and innovative currency.

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