Have Cryptos Forced The Fed’s Hand?

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Cryptocurrencies have shaken traditional banking institutions and forced them to innovate. If you need proof, just look at the news from the Federal Reserve earlier this week.

The US central bank announced plans to introduce (in either 2023 or 2024) a real-time payments system called FedNow. It’s described as an interbank real-time settlement service to facilitate faster payments within the US.

The move is clearly a response to the innovation we’ve seen in the cryptocurrency space.

Crypto Innovation Will Continue

Here at IFINA, we’re convinced that cryptocurrencies will continue to force banking institutions to move with the times an utilise blockchain technology.

Many of our cryptocurrency fund managers believe that to be the case too, which is why they’ve backed cryptocurrencies at the “ground floor”.

This is why we decided to launch our very own Crypto Fund Platform (something we are in the process of doing). It gives managers a low cost all-inclusive crypto fund solution for just $12,000 USD.

But you can actually get started for just $9,750 USD. This discounted price is available to the next four clients who sign-up.

Want to claim this Crypto Fund Platform discount? We should have a Skype call. Just email me back and we can book a time that’s convenient to you.