Video Podcast: Temple Melville, discusses Scotcoin and crypto with xDesign Managing Director, Ben Hutton
The Scotcoin Project CIC’s CEO, Temple Melville and xDesign Managing Director Ben Hutton discuss the blockchain skills shortage, what a dedicated bitcoin could mean for Scotland and the Scottish economy, and also take a look at the future of payments.
The Fed has been told to “just keep printing money” according to an interview with CBS’s 60 Minute. President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Neel Kashkari referred to there being “an infinite amount of cash at the Federal Reserve.” He went on to say “That’s literally what Congress has told us to do. That’s the […]
Robert McDowell is a long time supporter both personally and through Summerhall of Scotcoin. He is currently chairman of that renowned venue in Edinburgh, and a long time top level financier and economist. He has written a couple of pieces for us, this first one on the macro position we find ourselves in and the […]
CoinTelegraph had a very interesting article on this very thing – see here: https://cointelegraph.com/news/unicef-fund-manager-cryptocurrency-could-revolutionize-humanitarian-aid You probably won’t remember but this is something I spoke about and highlighted some considerable time ago as being a perfect use for crypto in disaster situations. UNICEF has now embraced the idea. In the interview their Program Funding Manager Sunita […]
There has been much talk of the UK going cashless, particularly because of the relentless drive of contactless. ATMs are reducing in number, especially as the banks in the UK now rake in £100 million a year in fees from the consumer. That machine that charges £1.99 to take out £20 is now a profit […]
Article by Scotcoin’s own Temple Melville published in City AM on 28/8/19 Cryptocurrencies are almost as old as money itself. Indeed, crypto simply means concealed or secret. So the first man (or woman) who tried to exchange some rocks for a sheep could be said to have been using a crypto currency. Up to that […]