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Money is Transforming from Cash to Digital: Don’t Get Lost in the Change

12/6/2017, noon | Updated on 12/6/2017, noon
Welcome to the world of Digital Money where frictionless, seamless transfers are the aspiration and keeping safe identities is the ...

Money is Transforming from Cash to Digital: Don’t Get Lost in the Change

The past decade has seen consumers move their spending habits from

paying cash to moving money digitally, often from their mobile devices.

The number of fintech companies and traditional companies vying for your

dollar is exploding. So are the ways that you can make a payment, get a loan or save money. And just around the corner lie the new generation of cryptocurrencies, ICOs, and the rapid adoption of blockchain paradigms that will surely change business and finance indelibly.

Welcome to the world of Digital Money where frictionless, seamless transfers are

the aspiration and keeping safe identities is the challenge. Ultimately, money is based on trust. The systems that you trust will set themselves off from the pack.

Living in Digital Times, creators of Digital Money Forum, returns to CES® 2018 for year three on January 9 at the Venetian, Level 4, Marcello 4405. The one-day summit will include leading industry experts such as: Tim Pawlenty, CEO of Financial Services Roundtable and Former Governor of Minnesota, will look at the

the future of financial data, who will own it and how fintechs and traditional banking will get along.

Scott Roen, Managing Director and head of Digital within Global Marketing at

Black Rock will reveal how a traditional wealth management company saw the need for robo advisors and AI and how they were implemented.

Derrick Carpenter, SVP of Industry Solutions at Bank of America, reveals the ins and outs of finding the perfect balance between new services and old banking.

Matthew Roszak, Chairman and Co-founder of Bloq and Founding Partner of Tally Capital, will provide the technology investor’s point of view for those developing a strategy and compass for cryptocurrencies and ICOs.

To register to attend the Digital Money Forum at CES, visit http://thedigitalmoneyforum.com. For updates of the Forum, follow #DigitalMoney

and #CES2018.