Market & Currency

Is Currency Money? | DKR

Did you know the current dollar bill is only worth 3 cents?

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Coronavirus crisis and its impact on currency | Duane’s Kurrency Report

The coronavirus pandemic that swept the world has already experienced devastating economic realities. 

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Digital currencies and coronavirus

With the infusion of dollar-printing then the pending passage of a $2 trillion stimulus package, the fate of paper money is on the road to a rapid end.

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Coffee company hosts a ‘conversation on generational wealth’ in monthly financial empowerment series

Black Coffee company continues open dialogue that brings financial awareness and agency to underserved communities with generational wealth webinar on Feb. 10.

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China embraces cryptography for 2020

Becoming the first nation to pass a crypto-law, China prepares for a new regulatory framework to implement throughout the country.

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Nevada leading the way in Tokenization with initiative focusing on cannabis industry

The marijuana industry was one of the last bastions of networks where cash found solace. Ironically, cannabis moves forward as the first enterprise to employ digital tokenization. However, this is not a fairy tale story, but one forged out of necessity.

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Cannabis + Crypto = Currency

Today, 47 states have legalized cannabis in some form or another. The problem is that federal laws still categorize marijuana as a schedule 1 drug or an illegal substance. In turn, cannabis businesses cannot bank at FDIC insured banks.

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US-China trade deal sours as Beijing team prepares to travel to US for continued talks

Months of trade negotiations took a downturn after China sent back edits to a 150-page draft that changed the terms of an agreement with the US.

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Banking on green: Credit unions and community banks cultivate banking services for cannabis industry

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The new year ushered in greener pastures, as marijuana laws decriminalized cannabis use in multiple states.

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US home prices climb, exceeds wage growth

The average prices of homes rose 6.2 percent from a year ago, seeking a robust increase in real estate. However, price gains potentially see more residents staying as renters than buyers

With booming job markets in metro areas, home price increases are the steepest, but wage growth lags behind.

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