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Title Banking beyond banks and money : a guide to banking services in the twenty-first century / Paolo Tasca, Tomaso Aste, Loriana Pelizzon, Nicolas Perony, editors.
Imprint [Cham] : Springer, 2016.

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Series New economic windows
New economic windows.
Subject Banks and banking.
Alt Name Tasca, Paolo,
Aste, Tomaso,
Pelizzon, Loriana,
Perony, Nicolas,
Description 1 online resource (vi, 316 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1 Introduction; Abstract; References; 2 Classification of Crowdfunding in the Financial System; Abstract; 1 Emergence of Social Financing in the Digital Age; 2 The Many Facets of Crowdfunding; 3 Evidence of Positive Disruption to Traditional Financing; 4 Insights on Social Behavior in P2P Lending Markets; 5 Recent Developments in Equity-Based Crowdfunding; References; 3 Crowdfunding and Bank Stress; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Literature and Background; 2.1 Bank Funding and Crowdfunding; 2.2 Institutional Background; 3 Sampling and Identification; 3.1 Sampling.
3.2 Identification Through Bank Bailouts3.3 Venture and Crowdfunding Traits; 4 Model and Results; 4.1 Specification and Baseline Results; 4.1.1 Credit Scores; 4.1.2 Size; 4.1.3 Tangibility; 4.1.4 Characteristics of the Management Team and Venture; 4.1.5 Rating of Sophisticated Investors; 4.2 Bank Characteristics; 4.3 Alternative Bank Stress Indicators; 4.4 Using Versus Successfully Completing Crowdfunding; 5 Conclusion; Appendix; References; 4 How Peer to Peer Lending and Crowdfunding Drive the FinTech Revolution in the UK; Abstract; 1 Overview of the Alternative Finance Sector in the UK.
2 UK's Leading P2P and Crowdfunding Platforms2.1 Funding Circle; 2.2 Zopa; 2.3 RateSetter; 2.4 Crowdcube; 2.5 Seedrs; 2.6 SyndicateRoom; 3 Business Models and Drivers Behind the Success of Peers to Peer Lending; 4 Business Models and Drivers Behind the Success of Equity Crowdfunding; 5 FinTech in China: From Shadow Banking to P2P Lending; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Banking in China: The Politics of Money; 2.1 Political Intervention and the (Mis)Allocation of Money; 2.2 Preparing for the Necessary Liberalization of Finance; 3 A Window of Opportunity: Bring the Shadows to the Light.
3.1 Bringing the Shadows to the Light: A Regulatory Approach3.2 Bringing the Shadows to the Light: The Technological Route; 4 RegTech: Maximizing the Benefits of FinTech; 4.1 Compliance: An Extensive Case for Automation; 5 Conclusion: Leap-Frogging the World?; Acknowledgments; 6 Features or Bugs: The Seven Sins of Current Bitcoin; Abstract; 1 Bitcoin: A Cryptographer's Dream; 1.1 Short Description of How Bitcoin Works; 2 Problem 1: Gold Rush Syndrome; 3 Problem 2: Weak Integrity Protection; 4 Problem 3: Poor Speed and Instability; 4.1 Genius or Engineering Mistake?
5 Problem 4: Bitcoin Monetary Policy5.1 The Appreciation Argument; 6 Problem 5. Misunderstanding the Threats; 6.1 Emerging Threats; 6.2 Is the Problem not Already Solved?; 7 The Basic Blockchain Manipulation Attack; 7.1 The Question of Dominance; 7.2 Attacks with Hash Rate Displacement; 8 Problem 6: Dangers of Open Source; 8.1 The Question of Bitcoin Source Code; 8.2 Bitcoin and the Open Design Principle; 8.3 Open Design, Bitcoin and Kerckhoffs' Principle; 9 Problem 7: Bitcoin Elliptic Curve; 9.1 Urgent Action for Bitcoin Community; 9.2 A Fix for Individual Bitcoin Users.
Summary Do you know how banking and money will look like in the new digital age? This book collects the voices of leading scholars, entrepreneurs, policy makers and consultants who, through their expertise and keen analytical skills, are best positioned to picture from various angles the ongoing technological revolution in banking and finance. You will learn how lending and borrowing can exist without banks; how new forms of money can compete to better serve different society needs; how new technologies are banking the unbanked communities in the poorest parts of the world, and how ideas and small projects can be financed by the crowds without the need to rely upon banks. You will learn how, in the new digital age, we will interact with new self-organised and autonomous companies that operate without any human involvement, based on a set of programmed and incorruptible rules. You will learn that new business models will emerge thanks to technology-enabled platforms, upon which one can build new forms of non-hierarchical cooperation between strangers. And you will also learn that new forms of risks and threats are emerging that will destabilise our systems and jeopardise the stability of our financial order.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed September 7, 2016).
ISBN 9783319424484 (electronic bk.)
3319424483 (electronic bk.)
9783319424460
3319424467
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-42448-4
OCLC # 957738926
Additional Format Print version: Banking beyond banks and money. [Cham] : Springer, 2016 9783319424460 3319424467 (OCoLC)952384097


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