‘Finance is the new black’ — in the age of bitcoin — and it’s changing everything for startups

The financial sector is in a new phase.

We all know the term “money making” is a bit of a buzzword these days, but in reality, finance has always been the lifeblood of most startups.

And it’s all changing now.

That’s what we’re here to explore in this special episode of National Geographic Moneymaking, as we look at the financial industry and what it can teach us about the future of finance.

Topics: money-and-monetary-policy,business-economics-and/or-finance,economy,world-politics,technology-and,education,worlds-1,united-states,united_states_arizona,tas,africa,afghanistan,south_africa source National Geographic title The ‘Moneymaking’ of the 21st Century: The Next Big Event?

article It’s easy to forget that when we talk about money, we’re not talking about a few dollars we make in the stock market or the stock exchange.

Money is something more than a cash flow, it’s a way of life that we live by.

It’s something we have to earn.

What if the way we live is changing as we become a financial technology superpower?

As technology evolves, so does the way people live.

How can we adapt to that changing world?

And what does it mean to be a startup?

Join us as we explore these and other questions as we take a closer look at what’s going on in the finance industry today, and how we can leverage technology to help build the next great financial technology.

Topics : money-economy-and.financial-services,technology,technology/technology-policy-and_approaches,technology source National Geo Photo Credit: © John Sjogren/National Geographic Channel