Distributed ledger technology certainly offers numerous benefits when it comes to payments security, but experts are adamant it won't eliminate fraud altogether
Future of Money 2020
Do you still carry cash? Predictions say cash will disappear by around 2030. Our Future of Money special report, published in The Times, explores how currencies and payments are changing from businesses to individuals. It looks at why closed-loop payments might be good for customer loyalty and consumers, but cutting out banks might not be for the best. It examines why blockchain offers numerous benefits when it comes to payments security, but it won’t eliminate fraud altogether. Finally, the featured infographic looks at the varying global attitudes towards cryptocurrency and the reasons behind what is driving or hindering adoption.
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