Some people and business owners still do not have bank accounts, most in rural communities of developing nations. But the situation is improving as technology opens doors to financial inclusion for the previously excluded. In what specific ways is increased banking access being achieved, with governments working alongside financial firms?
Once Labelled “Termites”, Secondary Stock Markets Are Now Legit. Why Can’t Crypto Follow the Same Path?
Secondary stock markets and cryptocurrency markets share a few things in common. First off, they have both been panned by critics. But more importantly, they have slowly gained acceptance as vehicles to provide funds to pre-IPO growth firms, some of which are now worth millions, and create liquidity pools for investors. Will crypto markets follow the trail blazed by the once denounced secondary stock markets into widespread acceptance?