“Is there anything more frightening than people?” ― Svetlana Alexievich, the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, “Voices from Chernobyl: The Oral History of a Nuclear Disaster”.
A story about the dragon. In USSR there was one good cartoon named “the Dragon” showing the old folk tale from South-East Asia. In old times there lived one horrible dragon. From his inaccessible castle he ruled the entire country severely suppressing and robbing its population. Many brave warriors tried to kill the dragon, but he always defeated them. Read More
I decided to write this post to share my thoughts on how the compliance evolved in recent years and what it is becoming under the influence of technology. Read More
The US proposes a new law which, if adopted, will require everyone crossing US border to declare their bitcoins worth over $10k. The offenders will face criminal charges. Why do I think this initiative has pretty good chances to see the light of the day? Read More
Over the years, many companies have experienced the resistance to ethics and compliance. During decades, it was common to say that it was too expensive to build a compliance system. However, such penny-wise mindset to compliance led to a pound-foolish aftermath. Accordingly, business culture has started changing slowly. Read More
The estimated investments devoted to the blockchain startups are $1.2 billion. The majority of that is going to financial services solutions, but the blockchain technology could be used much more widely. It can make transactions and databases more independent, transparent and thus less corrupt ... Read More