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In the third episode of Digital Finance Today podcas series you will hear two different angles to blockchain. In this dynamic episode Saeed Hassan, Managing Partner of Grow Advisors discusses with Bjorn Bjercke “Mr. Bitcoin Norway”, Co-Founder, CTO and COO of NorChain, and Alex Medana, CEO of WIP Solutions. How important blockchain really is and can it have significance beyond Bitcoin?

Blockchain technology is a public ledger of transactions and behind e.g. Bitcoin. It has been called as earth-shaking, as big innovation as a wheel and many other praising words. Many big finance institutions are keeping a close eye on the blockchain technology as well as are innovating startups that arise every day.

You can subscribe to follow the Digital Finance Today podcast and listen to the episodes on iTunes as well as on Podcast & Radio Addict (Android users) and Youtube.

These are the times when finance market is really reshaping itself and, as we know from other industries, the digital revolution is inevitable. Listening to the podcast is an excellent and fun way to get inside to the digital finance market in the forefront.

In each episode you will hear selected top digital finance professional guest speakers being interviewed about hot topics. New episodes will be published every second week.

Stay tuned!

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