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a16z Podcast: The Future of Money and Monetization


February 03, 2016 17:51

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Technology companies are running hard at almost every part of the traditional
banking business -- from raising funds to moving money from one person to
another. And as you would expect, that has meant change, both in terms of the
banking services that are available to all of us, and the pricing of those
services. It begs the question of what role banks play going forward, and
whether tech companies are partners or competitors (or some combination) to
the players in the traditional banking business? And finally, if banking gets
unbundled by tech –- if there is a choice of services -- what fees, and at
what price will consumers be willing to pay? a16z’s Alex Rampell leads a
discussion with TransferWise Executive Founder Kristo Käärmann and Tilt
founder and CEO James Beshara on the future of money and monetization. The
discussion occurred as part of the firm’s U.K. Tech Summit. Read more
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