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68. (Part 2) The Written Words of History and Finance with Jame DiBiasio

68. (Part 2) The Written Words of History and Finance with Jame DiBiasio

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Key takeaways

  1. Money is a form of innovation as coins were transformative, particularly in the west, as it turbocharged the greek civilization.
  2. While money drives more than half of human activity today, religion was the main driver in the past.

This week on WealthTech Unwrapped, Jame DiBiasio joins Ned in a two-part conversation where they discuss being part of the B2B Financial Media Landscape, the history of finance and its early trading systems, and how they have evolved in modern times.

Following Part 1, Jame and Ned discuss the concept of trade, along with early economies, and how currencies of the past translate to the innovation of modern-day banking technology, WealthTech, and Cryptocurrencies today.

Meet Our Guest Speaker

Jame DiBiasio

DigFin Group - Part of AMTD

Jame DiBiasio is the founder and editor of DigFin Group, a media company that is a part of AMTD and is devoted to digital finance, FinTech, and digital assets. He is also an award-winning financial journalist and the author of several works, including 'The Story of Angkor' and 'Who Killed the King of Bagan?'. Additionally, he worked at Institutional Investor News, AsianInvestor, and Haymarket Finance Media as a reporter, editor, and media director and has called Hong Kong his home since 1997.

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