One of the biggest events on the annual tech calendar has passed without many major announcements from bitcoin or blockchain industry firms.
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The Consumer Electronics Show opens on Jan. 6 in Las Vegas. It’s run by the newly named Consumer Technology Association, formerly the Consumer Electronics Association.
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It might not historically be best known for attracting major interest from the payments industry, but this yearâ€™s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is already providing the backdrop to a raft of exciting announcements set to shape the future of cashless payments.
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You may sneak down to your fridge for a midnight snack. But would you head down at an odd hour to order and pay for the groceries?
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From virtual buying assistants like Amazonâ€™s Alexa to cloud currencies, the intersection between connected devices and peoplesâ€™ concept of money is set to hand FMCG companies a chance to sell their wares directly to people worldwide at scale.
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Take a moment and imagine a future where, instead of a national bank, you use PayPal, Square or even Apple, Google, and Amazon for all your financial services needs.
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The Consumer Electronics Association will, for the first time, showcase a number of digital revolutions ranging from mobile banking to ordering pizza with an emoji at CES 2016. Read More>>>