Bank of Japan: No Big Problems With Bitcoin So Far

Bitcoin’s Issues Are Minor Compared to Africa’s Banking Infrastructure, Says BitPesa CEO

Bank of England Could Issue “Bitcoin-style Digital Currency” in 2018

Wikileaks Founder Responds to Banking Blockade 2.0: “Use Cryptocurrencies”

Several South Korean Banks May Close Down The Accounts of Bitcoin Traders

Deutsche Bank Executive: Bitcoin Isn’t Going Anywhere

The Grassroots Redistribution Scheme of Bitcoin

Malaysian Bank Issues Proposed Digital Currency Regulations for Public Review

Bitcoin ‘Keeping Me Awake at Night’: Bank of Canada Governor

Brett King: Banking Will No Longer Be as We Know It

Israel’s Prime Minister Asks the Question: Can Bitcoin Destroy Banks?


Tim Draper: Cryptocurrencies to Replace the Fiat System in Five Years

Large US Financial Exchange Forgoes Bitcoin Futures

Norway’s Largest Online Bank Integrates Bitcoin Accounts

Here’s Another Disgraceful Way Wells Fargo Took Advantage Of Its Customers

Former Wells Fargo employees in the Los Angeles region say the bank had another way of chiseling clients: Improperly charging them to extend their promised interest rate when their mortgage paperwork was delayed. The employees say the delays were usually the bank's fault but that management forced them to blame the customers.


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