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A Hard Truth Small Banks Need to Hear (About Blockchain)

Steve Wasserman, CEO Vments
Steve Wasserman, CEO Vments

Over 500 U.S. banks have failed in the past 10 years and experts are predicting more closings for small banks. This time the protagonist won’t be an aggressive bank or a troubled economy. It will be millennial customers with iphones who want better digital services.

Two-time Inc. 500 co-founder Steve Wasserman said he’s got the solution small banks need. “I decided to create a platform like Paypal that would level the playing field for small banks and alternative financial services.” In this article he explains how small banks can avoid failure by capturing the business of one of the fastest growing and most profitable industries on the planet. Read article.

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– Charles Darwin

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