According to Research Report “Regulating Cryptocurrencies in New Zealand” from University of Auckland
Blockworks, clearly the biggest and most significant event to consider the benefits and impacts of the burgeoning blockchain technology in New Zealand, will be held in Auckland on October 12.
A long-term focus is key to promoting economic growth and developing a healthy financial ecosystem, Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr said today.
Hold history in your hand with one of the legal tender coloured circulating fifty-cent coins, minted to commemorate the centennial of Armistice Day, 11 November, when the First World War ended.
New data on the financial health of New Zealand registered banks was published on the Bank Financial Strength Dashboard today.
Trade finance has seen more successful blockchain pilots than other use cases, but will historically conservative banks have the same risk appetite to move from testing to full-scale production?Where is this data coming from?
The potential for New Zealand tech exports will be huge when direct free trade post-Brexit opens with the United Kingdom, a leading fintech expert says.
Now is the time for Kiwi financial services to be more transparent following banking issues in the United Kingdom and Australia, a leading New Zealand financial tech expert says.
The Antwerp Port Authority and the Antwerp blockchain start-up T-Mining have developed a solution to make document flows quicker, safer and more efficient.
The pros and cons of a public digital currency issued by a central bank are evaluated in an article published today in the Reserve Bank Bulletin.
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