M&T Weekly News Update


What Does “Too Big to Fail” Mean?

4:39pm April 15th, 2015 by

According to the old joke, an 800-pound gorilla sleeps anywhere it wants to. When it comes to the expansion of Too Big To Fail institutions in this country, we now have more than one 800-pound gorilla in the room, and all of them have been gaining weight rapidly since 2007. Far from being tamed in their appetites and slimmed down in their corpulence by remedial legislation, these institutions have been engaged in a financial binge of almost breathless proportions.

To learn more about the five largest financial institutions and their effect on the U.S. Financial System checkout the infographic below created by New Jersey Institute of Technology.

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Understanding Bitcoin: An Infographic

2:34pm April 13th, 2015 by
Bitcoin Infographic

With so much attention surrounding the cryptocurrency, many people may be aware of the bitcoin revolution as it took hold of the Internet a few years ago. However, while they may have heard about how it spread and took hold, many are still not aware of how it works and what purpose it serves online.

To learn more about the bitcoin, refer to the infographic below created by Stetson University’s Online Master of Accounting Degree:

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No NASDAQ, The Coinbase Exchange is Not The Best Yet

5:56pm January 28th, 2015 by
Coinbase Exchange

No, NASDAQ, Coinbase is NOT the best exchange yet. The Coinbase exchange (Is it called Lunar?) is an interesting step for Coinbase, a company that has made its name on enabling Americans to purchase Bitcoin simply and quickly, developing algorithmic technology to weed out risky transactions, and attracting huge investment sums. To be certain, Coinbase is the alpha dog in the Bitcoin world currently, attracting not only fiduciary interest, but […]

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2014 Year End Survey

6:30pm December 31st, 2014 by

Have something to say? Please take a minute to fill out this brief survey, and let us know how we did in 2014 and how we can do even better next year.
Thanks for your feedback and have a Happy New Year from all of us at Money & Tech!

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Blockchain.info Requests User’s Passwords After Security Breach

4:10pm December 17th, 2014 by

By Carlo Caraluzzo Whenever we do any type of business on the internet we receive a warning that our passwords will never be requested in an email. The reason for this is simple: Scammers often pose as legitimate businesses in phishing scams. While requests for passwords are unusual, they are not unknown and sometimes are necessary. Blockchain.info is an excellent example of this and the company has recently requested account passwords from many […]

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