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Bitcoin.com
- Dec 15th 4:00 pm
‘Is Crypto Welcome Here?’ Bloomberg columnists and institutional finance experts collectively asked, during a recent panel held by the notable newspaper. The range of topics revolved around the nexus of blockchain, and institutional finance and enterprise.
CryptoGlobe
- Oct 28th 9:45 am
In a recent panel discussion, Camila Russo, a financial news journalist, stated that it was important to understand that Vitalik Buterin, co-founder of Ethereum, was not responsible for all the decisions made by the Ethereum platform. At the conference hosted by Bloomberg, eminen ...
AMBCrypto
- Oct 27th 1:58 pm
In a recent panel discussion on Bloomberg Opinion, one of the topics of discussion was about cryptocurrencies being used by 2 billion individuals who did not have bank accounts but had access to mobile phones. The debate was on whether it was practical for them to use cryptocurre ...
AMBCrypto
- Oct 26th 4:30 pm
In a recent discussion panel, Elaine Ou, Blockchain Engineer at Global Financial Access, spoke about the problems faced by individuals in the context of getting access to a bank account or making transactions overseas. According to Elaine, people who did not have access to a fina ...
AMBCrypto
- Oct 26th 7:28 am
In partnership with Samourai, Brooklyn-based goTenna has launched TxTenna, a mobile app that allows users to send bitcoin without an internet connection.
Bitcoin Magazine
- Oct 8th 4:38 pm
Elaine Ou
Elaine Ou
Engineer at Global Financial Access
Elaine is presently a blockchain engineer at Global Financial Access, a financial technology firm in the Bay Area. Previously, Ou was a lecturer in the electrical and information engineering department at the University of Sydney. She holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.