- Category: Mobile Banking
- Published: Tuesday, 13 December 2016 19:39
- Written by American Banker
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After giving a recent speech to a large banker group, I was approached by two area branch managers. They wanted to share that, while they currently run physically distinct brick-and-mortar branches, those roles do not fully reflect their experience.
They explained that, like me, they were alumni of in-store bank branches, and they appreciated my comments during the speech about having "in-store banking DNA" in my system.
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- Category: Digital Currency
- Published: Friday, 09 December 2016 15:32
- Written by Investopedia
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Bequeathing assets in the form of inheritance is a long standing wish for many individuals, whether it is to their children or grandchildren, to a university, or to a charity. When it comes to bank accounts, investments, or property, there are established rules, laws and protocols that are followed such as the use of wills, life insurance, trusts, and probate. How does one, then, transfer ownership of Bitcoin to their heirs?
Bitcoin addresses, also known as "wallets," represent public keys, but can only be accessed if one also has possession of the corresponding private key. Since there is no way to reverse engineer a private key given a public key hash, if the private keys are lost, so too are the bitcoin inside one's wallet.
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