In this episode of our (german) podcast “Crypto Calling” host Felix Hosse interviews Dr. Thomas Dünser - Leiter der Stabsstelle Finanzplatzinnovation & Digitalisierung Liechtenstein - about our financial system, its drawbacks and what could be learned from cryptocurrencies to stabilize the system.
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- What are the problems with our current financial system?
- How to improve the stability of the banking system?
- What can be learned from cryptocurrencies in this regard?
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