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  • Crypto To Be Bullish For In 2023

    Crypto To Be Bullish For In 2023

    With a bear market in full swing, albeit the recent slight recovery, you might say there is little to look forward to. Hopium is in short supply, in this forsaken year for blockchain investment. Who would have thought? Well, those who have experience in the cryptocurrency market will tell you that downturns are part of […]

  • Cryptocurrency in Healthcare

    Cryptocurrency in Healthcare

    Blockchain technology fundamentally offers security, trust, traceability and control. These are all ideals that can be implemented in order to flourish in the healthcare sector — an industry that is always focused on innovation and progress in the name of greater clinical care and improved patient health. This new technology can be used by healthcare […]

  • Everything You Need to Know About Crypto Loans

    Everything You Need to Know About Crypto Loans

    Have you ever heard of crypto loans? Cryptocurrency loans are becoming increasingly popular as more people look for ways to make the most of their digital assets. In this blog post, we’ll discuss what crypto loans are and how they work, as well as provide some examples of platforms offering crypto loan services. What is […]

  • Christmas Money Saving Tips

    Christmas Money Saving Tips

    Spending too much money at Christmas is an epidemic in this country. People buy things they don’t need and do food shops that would feed an army for a year. It doesn’t have to be this way. The following are the best Christmas money saving tips from around the web: Food Eating and drinking too […]

  • Good Money Week

    Good Money Week

    Originally, it was called National Ethical Investment Week, when it was started back in 2008, and its aim was to raise awareness of sustainable, responsible and ethical financial options. The initiatives it wants to guide people towards support clean energy, sustainable agriculture, communities, water supplies, education and employment, healthcare and retirement plans. Last year 470 […]

  • The Future of Payday Loans in the Wake of Wonga

    The Future of Payday Loans in the Wake of Wonga

    We have all heard about payday loan company, Wonga, being forced to write off £220million worth of loans as well as scrapping the interest and charges for a further 45,000 customers. The question is: do payday loans have a future?  From the end of 2014, the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) will implement new regulations that […]

  • Why Footballers go Bankrupt

    Why Footballers go Bankrupt

    George Best is famously quoted as saying, “I spent 90% of my money on women, drink and fast cars. The rest I wasted.” That neatly sums up most people’s opinion on why so many rich footballers end up declaring themselves bankrupt. David James, goalie for Liverpool, Aston Villa and England, is the latest to join […]

  • The Threat of Cyber-Crime

    The Threat of Cyber-Crime

    Banks are becoming increasingly worried about the threat of cyber-crime. Last month, the Bank of England launched a new framework to access the risk to financial systems, by replicating threats being used by criminals, called CBEST. Why are they so worried and what exactly are they worried about are questions that will be addressed. Andrew […]

  • Meeting the World’s Growing Energy Needs with Renewables

    Meeting the World’s Growing Energy Needs with Renewables

    If you were asked to explain the benefits of renewable energy production, chances are you would first say the obvious thing – it is renewable! Aside from the many other benefits, it is the fact that you have an inexhaustible supply that makes renewable energy such an attractive proposition, and in the coming years, this […]

  • The ‘Swap Scandal’

    The ‘Swap Scandal’

    Nearly two years on since the ‘swap scandal’ hit the headlines, the repercussions are still being felt. When this story broke, some financial commentators predicted that this could be a bigger issue for the banks than the PPI mis-selling fiasco. Now, with companies still claiming, not just their money back, but compensation for consequential losses […]

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