It seems that we’re currently living another revolution – or many.
From a financial, economic and geopolitical perspective, it looks like we’re witnessing historical changes that are still under development. This time, there are new players that play pivotal roles – fintech is one of them.
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While concerns about the actual power of the US economy, the US dollar, and the discussions related to debt ceiling, other currencies might challenge the supremacy of the US in the global financial system. Other national currencies may work as global reserves, and one of the candidates might be the Chinese Yuan. Nevertheless, even China may disagree: among the challenges, the fact that China doesn’t want to liberalize its currency, and that the nation doesn’t want to afford a persistent deficit.
Steve Forbes discusses the main reasons why it’s not a good idea for the US government to regulate Artificial Intelligence – AI, especially in this phase of the technology, since we don’t know enough about that to write rules.
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Beijing has released a Web3 whitepaper. The government wants to turn the Chinese capital city into a global hub for what concerns Web3 development and the digital economy. The government plans to invest $14 million per year until 2025 to reach its goals.
If the Chinese Yuan will not be the next global reserve currency, what about Bitcoin? As de-dollarization talks keep rising, BRICS countries look for an alternative currency, and other nations try to rely less on the US dollar. Analysts and crypto-enthusiasts see Bitcoin as a possible global alternative.
IndexGPT, the ChatGPT rival created by JPMorgan Chase, was registered with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on May 11. In April, the CEO of JPMorgan, Jamie Dimon, had already revealed that the company had over 300 artificial intelligence use cases under development.
On May 27, the CSTCB (Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau) of the Hong Kong Police Force launched a new metaverse platform, CyberDefender. The platform wants to promote crime prevention, with a focus on tech crimes.
Blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies are just a part of the current talks surrounding the global financial and economic system. People still need more immediate solutions, as well as a comprehensive vision about the future of finance. In this sense, the cooperation between fintech and the banking industry might be the right path – as long as we’re able to distinguish between different types of services, needs, and the different aspects of digitization and digitalization.