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Learn what you need to know about the FinTech!

Investment in financial technology is booming at unprecedented rates. Despite traditional banking protests, the world of banking is going through a transformation and will continue to go through a change. With all the new technology that we have today, it is almost mind-blowing to think about the kind of technology that we will have in another ten years or so. The change is going to keep coming, the only thing we can do is get on board with it.

This book will introduce you to the basics of FinTech and equip you with the knowledge to get on the cutting edge of age we live in today. You will learn:

  • FinTech's impact on the global economy
  • The payment ecosystem
  • FinTech and the B2B sector
  • FinTech and investing
  • A peek into the future of FinTech
  • And much more...

©2016 Jeff Reed (P)2017 Jeff Reed

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  • Raj Madha
  • 11-26-17

Vague predictions, meaningless prescriptions

Past data amounted to compiling a glossary and a few well known facts like "PayPal was and still is an important player". Predictions were so vague as to be useless, viz "in the future will continue to change". Prescriptions were therefore meaningless: "banks should recreate appropriately". In short, the article is guilty of bandwagonning, in touching on lots of interesting things, but not providing any actual insights. it may be more useful for those looking for an introduction, but for that kind of user I think it may be too technical.