Traditional Finance Suffers Brain Drain to Bitcoin Industry

Traditional Finance Suffers Brain Drain to Bitcoin Industry

The growth of Bitcoin industry, and its huge potential to change the economy has started affecting the traditional finance industry. It can't be more obvious than the brain drain happening from financial sector to the Bitcoin sector. In recent days, many top level executives from well-known financial institutions have switched jobs to join Bitcoin based companies. This brain drain is not just confined to the financial sector, but to other sectors as well, the best example being the Nike's Global Chief Information Officer quitting the company to join BitReserve. READ MORE: Anthony Watson....


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