Buz Investors first Canadian P2P Bitcoin Exchange Unlike other P2P Bitcoin exchanges, users who register with Quebex face a rigorous vetting process with many layers of security checks to help weed out bad actors. Since implementing

QUEBEX FINTECH Inc. has just launched the first Canadian P2P Bitcoin Exchange

QUEBEX FINTECH Inc. has just launched the first Canadian P2P Bitcoin Exchange

www.Quebex.com allowing users to buy and sell bitcoins via person-to-person trades.

Buz Investors first Canadian P2P Bitcoin Exchange Unlike other P2P Bitcoin exchanges, users who register with Quebex face a rigorous vetting process with many layers of security checks to help weed out bad actors. Since implementing

Buz Investors  first Canadian P2P Bitcoin Exchange Unlike other P2P Bitcoin exchanges, users who register with Quebex face a rigorous vetting process with many layers of security checks to help weed out bad actors. Since implementing our current verification policy in late 2016, Quebex has seen hundreds of trades without a single instance of fraud.

Quebex is also a federally registered Money Service Business with FINTRAC.

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Our registration with FINTRAC should reassure clients that we take exhaustive precautions to ensure that the Bitcoins you buy come from legitimate sources. By adhering to these standards and proactively monitoring transactions, Quebex is making Bitcoin trading safer for everyone who uses its services.

Bitcoin prices on www.Quebex.com have traditionally been much lower than on competing sites, which also tend to have higher fees and less thoroughly vetted users.

Users can buy bitcoins using the following payment methods: Interac™ Online, Interac™ Email Money Transfers, Cash, Wire Transfers, Bank Deposits and PayPal. More payment options are coming soon.

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If you are familiar with the term “fintech,” then you may already be part of a group of cutting-edge optimists who see great potential in the advancements of financial technology. You may even be a Bitcoin miner or a cryptocurrency trader, but more likely you are still watching from the sidelines to see what brave new world this technology will usher in. You are in the right place if you believe that financial technology can make the world a better place. Imagine a world where money flows easily to the important tasks of health care, education, infrastructure, planet care and so on, creating good paying jobs that help us put back more than we take. If this sounds utopian, that’s because of our conditioning. The laws of physics are on our side, as anyone in the manufacturing industry can tell you. Every day engineers find ways to create more product with fewer resources and in less time. We have almost unlimited capacity to solve our own problems; we just need to figure out how to pay for them. Money, as we know it, comes from one place—debt. Banks create the money when they make loans. This works well for sectors of the economy that are profitable, like delivering goods and services. But it does not work so well for other sectors of the economy like healthcare, education, infrastructure and so on. These sectors depend on leftovers from the for-profit sector in the way of taxes and charity. The flaw of the system is self-evident in a bad economy when workers have no jobs and much-needed infrastructure projects go undone because of insufficient funding. In a debt-based economy, recessions and growth periods follow a predictable cycle. When banks lend money, they make a profit. When bankers create a new financial product that appears to create profits at no risk, banks have an incentive to make more loans, giving the economy a boost by putting more money into circulation. As we saw with the subprime lending that created the 2008 financial crisis, this lending can easily get out of hand, building a bubble that will take down the economy when it bursts. When the crisis hit, banks stopped lending, effectively turning off the money supply to the entire economy. Irresponsible lending led to the crisis, but no lending was the cause of so much pain. It is this method of creating and injecting money into the economy that makes it possible to have millions of unemployed people sitting around while roads and bridges crumble all around them. It is easy to forget that money is just a tool invented by man when it is so central to facilitating action. And a tool invented by man can be reinvented by man. The goal is to make money work for the common good. How can we deliver a better quality of life to more people while putting back more than we take? How can we have a thriving economy while reducing consumption? At eQuid we believe the answer lies in the way money is created. We are using digital currency technology as well as revolutionary money system technology to make it possible for people to thrive while putting back more than they take. The most important part of any network like eQuid is participation. For it to work, enough businesses and individuals need to agree to use it. We are launching a campaign to sign up new users. To do this, we need account representatives to spread the word in their local area. The job requires creating a sales funnel using email and social media, talking with local businesses, signing them up, and organizing special promotions with the businesses. Our first priority is for representatives to believe in the cause, but we also want you to prosper from the effort you invest.

Wanted: 1,000 Fintech Rebels to join forces with the eQuid alliance

Wanted: 1,000 Fintech Rebels to join forces with the eQuid alliance

 If you are familiar with the term “fintech,” then you may already be part of a group of cutting-edge optimists who see great potential in the advancements of financial technology. You may even be a Bitcoin miner or a cryptocurrency trader, but more likely you are still watching from the sidelines to see what brave new world this technology will usher in. You are in the right place if you believe that financial technology can make the world a better place. Imagine a world where money flows easily to the important tasks of health care, education, infrastructure, planet care and so on, creating good paying jobs that help us put back more than we take. If this sounds utopian, that’s because of our conditioning. The laws of physics are on our side, as anyone in the manufacturing industry can tell you. Every day engineers find ways to create more product with fewer resources and in less time. We have almost unlimited capacity to solve our own problems; we just need to figure out how to pay for them. Money, as we know it, comes from one place—debt. Banks create the money when they make loans. This works well for sectors of the economy that are profitable, like delivering goods and services. But it does not work so well for other sectors of the economy like healthcare, education, infrastructure and so on. These sectors depend on leftovers from the for-profit sector in the way of taxes and charity. The flaw of the system is self-evident in a bad economy when workers have no jobs and much-needed infrastructure projects go undone because of insufficient funding. In a debt-based economy, recessions and growth periods follow a predictable cycle. When banks lend money, they make a profit. When bankers create a new financial product that appears to create profits at no risk, banks have an incentive to make more loans, giving the economy a boost by putting more money into circulation. As we saw with the subprime lending that created the 2008 financial crisis, this lending can easily get out of hand, building a bubble that will take down the economy when it bursts. When the crisis hit, banks stopped lending, effectively turning off the money supply to the entire economy. Irresponsible lending led to the crisis, but no lending was the cause of so much pain. It is this method of creating and injecting money into the economy that makes it possible to have millions of unemployed people sitting around while roads and bridges crumble all around them. It is easy to forget that money is just a tool invented by man when it is so central to facilitating action. And a tool invented by man can be reinvented by man. The goal is to make money work for the common good. How can we deliver a better quality of life to more people while putting back more than we take? How can we have a thriving economy while reducing consumption? At eQuid we believe the answer lies in the way money is created. We are using digital currency technology as well as revolutionary money system technology to make it possible for people to thrive while putting back more than they take. The most important part of any network like eQuid is participation. For it to work, enough businesses and individuals need to agree to use it. We are launching a campaign to sign up new users. To do this, we need account representatives to spread the word in their local area. The job requires creating a sales funnel using email and social media, talking with local businesses, signing them up, and organizing special promotions with the businesses. Our first priority is for representatives to believe in the cause, but we also want you to prosper from the effort you invest.

Fintech Rebels to join forces  If you are familiar with the term “fintech,” then you may already be part of a group of cutting-edge optimists who see great potential in the advancements of financial technology. You may even be a Bitcoin miner or a cryptocurrency trader, but more likely you are still watching from the sidelines to see what brave new world this technology will usher in. You are in the right place if you believe that financial technology can make the world a better place.

Imagine a world where money flows easily to the important tasks of health care, education, infrastructure, planet care and so on, creating good paying jobs that help us put back more than we take. If this sounds utopian, that’s because of our conditioning. The laws of physics are on our side, as anyone in the manufacturing industry can tell you. Every day engineers find ways to create more product with fewer resources and in less time. We have almost unlimited capacity to solve our own problems; we just need to figure out how to pay for them.




 

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Money, as we know it, comes from one place—debt.  Banks create the money when they make loans.  This works well for sectors of the economy that are profitable, like delivering goods and services. But it does not work so well for other sectors of the economy like healthcare, education, infrastructure and so on. These sectors depend on leftovers from the for-profit sector in the way of taxes and charity. The flaw of the system is self-evident in a bad economy when workers have no jobs and much-needed infrastructure projects go undone because of insufficient funding.

In a debt-based economy, recessions and growth periods follow a predictable cycle. When banks lend money, they make a profit. When bankers create a new financial product that appears to create profits at no risk, banks have an incentive to make more loans, giving the economy a boost by putting more money into circulation. As we saw with the subprime lending that created the 2008 financial crisis, this lending can easily get out of hand, building a bubble that will take down the economy when it bursts.

When the crisis hit, banks stopped lending, effectively turning off the money supply to the entire economy. Irresponsible lending led to the crisis, but no lending was the cause of so much pain. It is this method of creating and injecting money into the economy that makes it possible to have millions of unemployed people sitting around while roads and bridges crumble all around them.

It is easy to forget that money is just a tool invented by man when it is so central to facilitating action. And a tool invented by man can be reinvented by man. The goal is to make money work for the common good. How can we deliver a better quality of life to more people while putting back more than we take?  How can we have a thriving economy while reducing consumption?

At eQuid we believe the answer lies in the way money is created. We are using digital currency technology as well as revolutionary money system technology to make it possible for people to thrive while putting back more than they take.

The most important part of any network like eQuid is participation. For it to work, enough businesses and individuals need to agree to use it.

We are launching a campaign to sign up new users. To do this, we need account representatives to spread the word in their local area. The job requires creating a sales funnel using email and social media, talking with local businesses, signing them up, and organizing special promotions with the businesses.

Our first priority is for representatives to believe in the cause, but we also want you to prosper from the effort you invest.




Waves Platform and Higher School of Economics Partner for Pro FinTech Startup Program

Waves Platform and Higher School of Economics Partner for Pro FinTech Startup Program

Waves Platform and Higher School of Economics Partner for Pro FinTech Startup Program

Waves Platform and Higher School of Economics Partner for Pro FinTech Startup Program

Business Incubator of Higher School of Economics in Moscow has announced the second year of fintech startup program HSE{Pro}Fintech. Official partners of the fintech section are Waves, the decentralized platform for crowdfunding and community management and National Settlement Depository.

FinTech applications

The Incubator recently launched the second round of its {pro} fintech programme. The program aims to develop projects in the field of financial and blockchain technologies, in particular services for banks and their customers, personal finance management systems, peer-to-peer services, investment systems, payments, transfers and other fintech products.

Whilst Bitcoin has pioneered peer-to-peer online money transfer for almost 8 years now, Blockchain 2.0 technology is still in its relative infancy. A number of decentralised asset exchanges have already been created, including on the Nxt, BitShares, and Counterparty platforms. However, none of these have achieved significant traction, for a number of reasons. Firstly, they were small ecosystems. The assets traded generally had low liquidity and high spreads, and being decentralised platforms there was little accountability and a large proportion of low-quality and fraudulent assets. Regulations were practically non-existent. Additionally, trading was slow due to inherent block-time limitations of the blockchain. This made it almost impossible to attract legitimate new businesses and for these early decentralised exchanges to achieve critical mass.

New solutions

Waves platform is aiming to bring solutions to all of these problems with its Waves’ DEX (decentralised exchange), which has just been released on testnet. It allows any token to be traded directly against any other token – rather than trading two tokens separately against a reference currency, as most other platforms require. Moreover, it features an innovative new system that enables trades to be executed in near real-time via a “Matcher”, enabling high-frequency trading but still be settled on the blockchain for security.

Additionally, fiat gateways are in the process of being created to allow the use of blockchain-based EUR, USD, CNY and other major currency tokens. Gateways, which act as on- and off-ramps between the traditional financial sector and the blockchain, are responsible for remaining compliant in their regulatory jurisdictions. Thus, the Waves DEX allows for speed, security, and compliance.

Learn more about Waves at – https://wavesplatform.com