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Future of Money

Mar, 2018

Digital disruption is rife in financial services, with blockchain, bitcoin and social media decentralising a once-siloed sector. The Future of Money special report, published in The Times, features insights into the changing nature of money, from cashless spending and big data to fintech startups collaborating with established banks. As the ups and downs of cryptocurrencies continue to dominate financial headlines, traditional banks and governments are waking up to the importance of embracing virtual currencies. Also featured is an interview with Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s co-founder and chief executive of accessible financial services platform Square, as well as an infographic detailing generational attitudes towards money


Millennials don't just spend their hard earned savings on smashed avocado and flat whites but they do have a different attitude to money than older generations