Stellar Lumens (XLM) is a top moon-candidate once the bulls take over the crypto town

Still, it’s easy to see Facebook utilizing Stellar as the underlying layer of their distributed ledger service that will enable them record payments and …

XLM is showing signs of recovery as of late. Fueled by Coinbase addition speculation, the currency has had a rather strong break-out in mid-July which saw it recover from lows of $0.182/2933 satoshi to highs of $0.306/4170 satoshi. The rest of the month was rather bumpy, as XLM’s BTC value retracted before running upwards once again around 26th, when the coin reached its monthly USD high of $0.3483. After closing the month of July with a slight retracement August was rather bloody for XLM, as it managed to reach $0.201/3184 satoshi before stabilizing on the 8th. Ever since we saw some relatively stable USD sideways action, followed by some more variation from XLMBTC.

Currently one Stellar Lumens can be purchased for $0.225612 USD (a 4.83% rise in the last 24 hours)/3476 satoshi (2.54% rise in the last 24 hours). A decent trade volume of 10,072 BTC is mostly held up by several key markets which include Binance (40%), BCEX (12%) and Upbit (11%). With a market cap of $4,235,131,773, XLM is currently the 6th most valuable currency on the market.


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The up-and-coming cross-border payments solution has been hitting the news cycle for all the right reasons. Known for their partnerships with big Fintech players like IBM, Deloitte, ICICI Bank and many more, has recently been tied to another “real world” colossus, Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg’s darling has apparently decided to create an on-platform payment network that would rival the traditional banking ecosystems. As such, they have apparently spoken to several cryptocurrency projects to get insights about the blockchain technology and the opportunities it brings to fulfill their mission. One of those projects was Stellar Lumens.

Immediately rumors started flowing around that the cooperation is a done deal and Facebook officially became a part of XLM’s stellar list of partnerships. Still, Facebook have so far chosen to distance themselves from this speculation and have categorically denied that any deal has been made. Still, it’s easy to see Facebook utilizing Stellar as the underlying layer of their distributed ledger service that will enable them record payments and other transactions.

On the 13th, Stellar announced major changes to the Stellar Lumens network. These changes were confirmed by releasing an official migration schedule for the upcoming Stellar Core 10.0.0. The migration naturally concerned validation nodes that maintain the ledger, SDK maintainers and Stellar SDK users; it didn’t have any effects on regular token holders. Protocol version 10 is currently running on a testnet and the team plans to migrate it over on the public network in late August – early September.


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With that, the project is in an excellent place right now. Their monthly round-up for July revealed several quality updates that will motivate many a holder to have good feelings about the future. Shariah compliancy they received, TransferToPartners cooperation, Blockdaemon support and 7th Stellar Build Challenge are just some of the key highlights that marked the month behind us. Several projects related to the Stellar’s blockchain have been announced/have released updates, including IBMBLR, Smart Stellar, LUDUM, Inbot, TillBilly, and Trezor. Ultimately, Stellar keeps making good steps towards becoming a highly functional real world crypto-based solution for global remittances and money transfers. We will see how well will the market recognize this.

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Former CIA Analyst Says Cryptocurrencies are Not a Threat to National Security

The article was prompted by recent news stories regarding Iran’s plans to make a state-backed cryptocurrency. It is suspected that the Iranian …

Former CIA analyst Yaya Fenusie has published a new article on Forbes arguing that although authoritarian governments are working to build cryptocurrency-based financial systems, cryptocurrencies themselves should not be feared or discouraged from a national security point of view.

Cryptocurrencies are Relevant to National Security

The article was prompted by recent news stories regarding Iran’s plans to make a state-backed cryptocurrency. It is suspected that the Iranian government has been researching blockchain technology since 2007. In July of this year, news broke that Iran’s official department for science formed a joint venture with the country’s central bank to work on developing a national cryptocurrency. The plan was intended to create a financial loophole for imposed US sanctions. Russia, one of Iran’s major allies, is reportedly pushing Iran to continue with the operation. Interestingly, Russia also attempted to help Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro develop a national cryptocurrency following Venezuela’s economic collapse, but the project was quickly abandoned.

While details surrounding Iran’s national cryptocurrency project have yet to be revealed, the token is expected to be used by domestic banks for daily financial transactions. The authoritarian regime has stated that it intends to officially launch its token within three months; however, given the complexity of the project, Fenusie suspects that Iran has been secretly developing its cryptocurrency platform for well over a year.

“There should not be any doubt about the relevance of the crypto space to U.S. foreign policy and national security,” writes Fenusie. “Russia, Venezuela and now Iran are making it clear that they intend to resist U.S. sanctions by adopting blockchain technology-based mechanisms. These authoritarian regimes are looking to build an alternative financial system where there will be no repercussions for funding corruption, oppression and other malfeasance. U.S. sanctions are not perfect, nor exhaustive, instruments of foreign policy, but they are important for enforcing global standards of accountability to check nuclear proliferation, human rights abuses and terrorism.”

Suggested Reading: Learn more about potential applications of blockchain technology in our ‘What is Blockchain?‘ guide.

But Cryptocurrencies are Not a Threat

Despite the actions of authoritarain regimes, Fenusie argues that blockchain and cryptocurrency should not be perceived as direct threats to national security. As with many new technologies, criminals and corrupt governments often attempt to explore the potential for using said technology to commit nefarious acts. Fenusie doesn’t believe that Iran’s cryptocurrency will do much to bolster its national economy, as the new cryptocurrency is reported to be linked to Iran’s weak paper currency, the Iranian Rial. This will likely cool off investor interest, and even Iranian citizens are likely to find workarounds to invest in more worthwhile cryptocurrencies.

Nevertheless, in the event of future authoritarian threats involving cryptocurrencies, Funusie recommends the following policies:

  1. The US treasury department should reinforce the message that any US persons or institutions banking within the US financial system providing anything of financial value to the Iranian regime are in violation of US sanctions, regardless of whether the value is in fiat or cryptocurrencies.
  2. “The U.S. and other governments concerned about nations exploiting blockchain technology to entrench authoritarianism should acknowledge that, similar to the space race of decades ago, there is now a ‘crypto race’ emerging. The Group of Seven (G7) countries should be watching coordination among the rogue actors in this race and strategize ways to foster crypto/blockchain innovation that truly enhances economic and political freedom.”
  3. “The broader crypto space should not treat rogue regime crypto with ambivalence. Instead, blockchain tech influencers should ‘call out’ crypto schemes that fund oppressive regimes. Just as responsible cryptocurrency enthusiasts know that ICO scams hurt crypto’s image, they should understand the risk of authoritarian crypto to tarnish the technology’s reputation.”

Fenusie asserts that although the attempts by Russia, Venezuela or Iran to develop a globally accepted cryptocurrency are likely to fail, the protection against such an attempt comes from encouraging developers in free nations to produce better crypto products that defend key values like liberty.

Totalitarian regimes will always make attempts to exploit new technologies to support their corrupt systems, but this by no means implies that cryptocurrency itself is something that should be looked upon with scorn by the free world. In fact, it is only through encouraging development and productive use cases for technologies like cryptocurrencies that those who love liberty are able to protect themselves from corrupting forces.

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Trailblazing desert bitcoin project raises fresh questions over Morocco’s role in Western Sahara

At the end of 2017, when bitcoin mania was at its peak, the surge in processing power needed by computers for mining and transactions upped its …

For all the revolutionary potential of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, the digital inventions are extremely bad news for the environment.

At the end of 2017, when bitcoin mania was at its peak, the surge in processing power needed by computers for mining and transactions upped its estimated annual energy consumption to a staggering 30 terawatt hours – roughly the same energy use as the entire country of Morocco.

A new blockchain company, Soluna Technologies, is building a huge 900-megawatt wind farm in Dakhla in the Sahara to power its computing needs, touted as a potential model for powering blockchain computing with renewable sources in the future.

Snow falls in Sahara desert for third time in 40 years

“We at Soluna have a goal, to bring abundant, efficient green energy online at utility scale,” CEO John Belizaire told The Independent.

“Dakhla is one of the most promising regions for renewable energy generation in the world – and thus the perfect location for our flagship site.”

The farm will take up 36,000 acres of desert classified as a high quality wind site and will also help the country of Morocco meet its goal of producing 52 per cent of its electricity from green sources by 2030.

Activists, however, have taken issue with the project’s claim that the Dakhla site is in southern Morocco – pointing out the area actually lies in the disputed territory of Western Sahara.

Bitcoin’s volatile history in pictures

1/8 Satoshi Nakamoto creates the first bitcoin block in 2009

On 3 January, 2009, the genesis block of bitcoin appeared. It came less than a year after the pseudonymous creator Satoshi Nakamoto detailed the cryptocurrency in a paper titled ‘Bitcoin: A peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System’
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2/8 Bitcoin is used as a currency for the first time

On 22 May, 2010, the first ever real-world bitcoin transaction took place. Lazlo Hanyecz bought two pizzas for 10,000 bitcoins – the equivalent of $90 million at today’s prices
Lazlo Hanyecz

3/8 Silk Road opens for business

Bitcoin soon gained notoriety for its use on the dark web. The Silk Road marketplace, established in 2011, was the first of hundreds of sites to offer illegal drugs and services in exchange for bitcoin

4/8 The first bitcoin ATM appears

On 29 October, 2013, the first ever bitcoin ATM was installed in a coffee shop in Vancouver, Canada. The machine allowed people to exchange bitcoins for cash
REUTERS/Dimitris Michalakis

5/8 The fall of MtGox

The world’s biggest bitcoin exchange, MtGox, filed for bankruptcy in February 2014 after losing almost 750,000 of its customers bitcoins. At the time, this was around 7 per cent of all bitcoins and the market inevitably crashed
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6/8 Would the real Satoshi Nakamoto please stand up

In 2015, Australian police raided the home of Craig Wright after the entrepreneur claimed he was Satoshi Nakamoto. He later rescinded the claim
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7/8 Bitcoin’s big split

On 1 August, 2017, an unresolvable dispute within the bitcoin community saw the network split. The fork of bitcoin’s underlying blockchain technology spawned a new cryptocurrency: Bitcoin cash
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8/8 Bitcoin’s price sky rockets

Towards the end of 2017, the price of bitcoin surged to almost $20,000. This represented a 1,300 per cent increase from its price at the start of the year
Reuters

1/8 Satoshi Nakamoto creates the first bitcoin block in 2009

On 3 January, 2009, the genesis block of bitcoin appeared. It came less than a year after the pseudonymous creator Satoshi Nakamoto detailed the cryptocurrency in a paper titled ‘Bitcoin: A peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System’
Reuters

2/8 Bitcoin is used as a currency for the first time

On 22 May, 2010, the first ever real-world bitcoin transaction took place. Lazlo Hanyecz bought two pizzas for 10,000 bitcoins – the equivalent of $90 million at today’s prices
Lazlo Hanyecz

3/8 Silk Road opens for business

Bitcoin soon gained notoriety for its use on the dark web. The Silk Road marketplace, established in 2011, was the first of hundreds of sites to offer illegal drugs and services in exchange for bitcoin

4/8 The first bitcoin ATM appears

On 29 October, 2013, the first ever bitcoin ATM was installed in a coffee shop in Vancouver, Canada. The machine allowed people to exchange bitcoins for cash
REUTERS/Dimitris Michalakis

5/8 The fall of MtGox

The world’s biggest bitcoin exchange, MtGox, filed for bankruptcy in February 2014 after losing almost 750,000 of its customers bitcoins. At the time, this was around 7 per cent of all bitcoins and the market inevitably crashed
Getty Images

6/8 Would the real Satoshi Nakamoto please stand up

In 2015, Australian police raided the home of Craig Wright after the entrepreneur claimed he was Satoshi Nakamoto. He later rescinded the claim
Getty Images

7/8 Bitcoin’s big split

On 1 August, 2017, an unresolvable dispute within the bitcoin community saw the network split. The fork of bitcoin’s underlying blockchain technology spawned a new cryptocurrency: Bitcoin cash
REUTERS

8/8 Bitcoin’s price sky rockets

Towards the end of 2017, the price of bitcoin surged to almost $20,000. This represented a 1,300 per cent increase from its price at the start of the year
Reuters

The initiative raises new questions about the legality of Moroccan administered infrastructure projects in the area, Sara Eyckmans, coordinator for Western Sahara Resource Watch (WSRW), said in a statement.

“[The project] is situated on land under foreign military occupation,” she said.

“Any agreement that [parent private equity firm] Brookstone has signed with the Moroccan government for that particular area is thus null and void.”

Parts of Western Sahara, a former Spanish colony, were annexed by neighbouring Morocco in 1975 in a move not recognised by the international community.

The mostly desert territory is home to just 500,000 people and has been subject to physical and political clashes between Rabat and the Polisario independence movement ever since.

Morocco, which imports more than 90 per cent of its energy requirements and is home to a youthful and growing population, is in desperate need of diversifying its energy sources. High electricity and other utility prices have driven protesters to the streets en masse several times since major Arab Spring protests in 2011.

The Rabat authorities have built several wind energy projects in Western Sahara so far, although several UN and European Court of Justice rulings have said that Sahrawis should have full control of development of the area’s natural resources.

WSRW has urged Brookstone and Soluna Technologies to support the UN peace process by cancelling the Dakhla project. Its backers told Forbes they are aware of the “political sensitivities of the region” and that the investments respect Western Sahara’s international legal status.

The Soluna project brings benefits for local Sahrawis as well as Rabat, Mr Belizaire said.

Protests in Morocco after fishmonger crushed to death

It will create more than 1,000 high tech jobs in Dakhla and the company also plans to reinvest one per cent of the site’s revenue into local educational programmes, creating “a community of trained resources in blockchain computing and launch a centre of excellence in the region”, he added.

Construction of the new wind farm and computing centre begins next year and should be connected to Morocco’s national grid in the next five years.

Soluna is investing $100m (£79m) into the site’s initial phase, which it hopes will generate 36 megawatts of electricity, and will then seek additional input from private equity and large institutional investors.

Moroccan officials did not immediately respond to requests for comment for this article.

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Super Green! 3 Cryptocurrencies Posting 40% or Higher Gains Over the Past 24 Hours

The cryptocurrency market is a sea of green this morning, with 90% of the Top 100 cryptocurrencies posting 24-hour gains at press time, according to …

The cryptocurrency market is a sea of green this morning, with 90% of the Top 100 cryptocurrencies posting 24-hour gains at press time, according to CoinMarketCap. While most saw gains of 10% or less, there are several standouts that saw gains of more than 40%.


For much of July and August, me checking the cryptocurrency markets each morning has been a lot like a little kid watching a horror movie. I sit down at the computer, pull up the coin listings, and then peek through my fingers with squinty eyes, hoping to avoid the stomach-churning impact of yet another day of red as far as my mouse can scroll.

So you can imagine my relief this morning when I saw that 90% of the cryptocurrencies in CoinMarketCap’s Top 100 had posted gains over the past 24 hours.

  • Bitcoin: $6,514.63 (+1.76%)
  • Ethereum: $298.25 (+2.07%)
  • XRP: $0.316881 (+7.97%)
  • Bitcoin Cash: $545.50 (+3.43%)
  • EOS: $4.91 (+4.32%)

Many cryptocurrencies saw gains of 5, 10, even 15% or more, and a few standouts saw gains of more than 40%!

Not Just Green - Super Green!

Not Just Green – Super Green!

Full disclosure time – I don’t own any of the cryptocurrencies I am about to discuss (more’s the pity) but given the extreme volatility of the current crypto market, any time a cryptocurrency legitimately performs well, it is cause for celebration. While several tokens saw extraordinary gains overnight, for this article I am focusing on those with market caps of $200 million or more.

So without further ado, here are three cryptocurrencies that have posted 40% or higher gains over the past 24 hours:

Nano (NANO)

Market Cap: $230,105,832

24-Hour Change: +40.36%

Nano – formerly RaiBlocks – is a low latency payment platform that allows for instant transactions with zero fees. Its speed and low energy consumption make it a good option for those looking for alternatives to Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies for P2P transactions.

NANO price chart - CoinMarketCap

At this time yesterday, NANO was trading at $1.22. Now, just 24 hours later, it is trading at $1.83 – a gain of 50%! As far as what could be contributing to the price jump, there are a couple of possibilities. First, it was just announced this morning that NANO is now accepted at Bitcoin Superstore. For those who are unfamiliar with it, Bitcoin Superstore enables customers to purchase goods and services from just about any online retailer and pay with cryptocurrency. Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Dash, Ethereum, Litecoin, XRP, Tron, and now NANO are currently accepted

Another positive factor is that NANO has begun stress testing v.15 of its beta platform and so far, things have been going swimmingly. NANO noted on Twitter that the platform was “humming along” at 200 TPS “without breaking a sweat.” A much larger stress test is planned for tomorrow morning beginning at 10 am EST. It will be interesting to see just how well the platform handles the increased transaction levels and whether or not it has any further impact on price.

Ontology (ONT)

Market Cap: $310,579,390

24-Hour Change: +40.82%

Launched last year, Ontology is a high-performance blockchain and “distributed trust collaboration platform” that enables customers to easily create their own distributed services via custom blockchains. These blockchains are robust, scalable, and can integrate other existing public blockchains as well as traditional information systems.

Ontology price chart - CoinMarketCap

Yesterday morning, ONT was trading at $1.46 and, overnight, it climbed more than 40% to its current price of $2.05. As far as factors driving the sudden price increase, there are a few that come to mind.

It was announced on Wednesday that Bollywood streaming service Spuul was partnering with Ontology and would be building its new dApp – Spokkz – on the Ontology mainnet. The platform has also launched v.1.0.2 of its mainnet and will be hosting an exclusive invitation-only corporate launch event in Seoul, Korea tomorrow. Both events are generating plenty of buzz, which is undoubtedly impacting price.

VeChain (VET)

Market Cap: $834,685,062

24-Hour Change: +52.10%

VeChain is a decentralized platform that uses blockchain technology and smart contracts to improve the efficiency, accuracy, and transparency of supply chain management. The platform’s native token, VET, is the fuel (gas) required to send transactions and execute smart contracts.

VeChain price chart - CoinMarketCap

At roughly 9:30 am EST yesterday, VET was trading at $0.009955. Just 24 short hours later, the price has climbed to $0.015142 – an increase of more than 52%!

So why the sudden spike? Last month saw the successful launch of VeChain’s mainnet and subsequent token swap from its prior Ethereum-based VEN token to its native VET token. KuCoin announced yesterday that it had reopened VET deposits and withdrawals following the swap, but with several larger exchanges already supporting VET, it is unlikely that this event alone caused the spike.

What is likely a far more significant factor is that, in anticipation of resuming X Node monitoring on September 1, VeChain announced an “Economic Node Maturity Period Waive Event” yesterday. Normally, for a token holder’s wallet to advance to the next tier of masternode (higher tier = more rewards), in addition to having the required amount of VET in the wallet, they have to undergo a “Node Maturity Period” before the upgrade can take place.

Like its name implies, the Economic Node Maturity Period Waive Event waives that waiting period, so all token holders have to do to qualify is to store at least 1 million VET (the minimum required for a Strength Node) in VeChainThor wallet address by August 20, 2018, 12 pm UTC+8 (midnight EST) and keep it there until the September 1 snapshot.

So the most likely reason for the massive jump in price is that people are snapping up as much VET as they can to take advantage of the ability to upgrade instantly.

Can you think of other reasons these specific cryptocurrencies saw such high gains? Let us know in the comments below.


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CIOs are Dead (Or At Least Invisible), Long Live DBOs (For Competitive Advantage)

Meanwhile, most of these CIO bunkers are surrounded by business units and corporate intrapreneurs well-versed in emerging digital technologies.

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Chief Information (Infrastructure) Officers

Many CIOs still live in a single, centralized organization with a team of technologists whose purpose is to manage – with a growing cast of vendors – a commoditized technology infrastructure and a suite of under-used big applications that usually fail to satisfy even the most basic cost-benefit metrics.Much of what these CIOs do consists of quarterly reports about up time, software upgrades, security breaches and the next laptop refresh.These activities are as important as plumbing is to your lifestyle:essential – but invisible – until it fails – and forgotten again, when it’s fixed.Infrastructure/big app (back office) CIOs are necessary but not sufficient for success in the 21st century.Much of what was always critical has been commoditized, and – if the truth be told – vendors often have far more back office control of their client companies than the CIOs who fund them.Meanwhile, most of these CIO bunkers are surrounded by business units and corporate intrapreneurs well-versed in emerging digital technologies.

Chief Infrastructure Officers will always be necessary, but now there are casting calls everywhere for digital business technology leaders who understand they’re enablers, that “technology” belongs to everyone, not an enterprise office, and certainly not one or two C-suite executives. The director of this reinvention movie is casting leaders willing to lead cooperatively, with digital transformation constantly on their minds, leaders who understand that success begins with the acknowledgement that technology enables and transforms business processes and whole business models.

The notion of centralized IT as an enterprise asset is dead (except for the asset that delivers basic computing and communications plumbing services).Business units need technologies that make them more profitable; they assume the plumbing with work.Business process disruption happens in the business units, not at the enterprise level, not top-down, but bottom-up.Enterprise “IT” can no longer justify one-size-fits-all software solutions, as centralized governance and standardization become organizational anachronisms.IT makes sure the plumbing works as part of their quiet duties, but digital’s real value is defined well beyond how well the water flows.Let’s just agree that plumbing is horizontal to vertical business – everyone needs it – but without creative applications that transform business processes and models, plumbing enables – but won’t yield – competitive advantage.

Companies also don’t need enterprise-wideorganizational structures, like Project ManagementOffices, Business Relationship Management Offices or Innovation Labs that report to corporate and maintain old technology power structures.

New Digital Business Officers

While it’s always dangerous to assume too much (or too little) knowledge about a complex area like digital technology, there’s a lot of news and analysis about the latest and greatest technologies especially artificial intelligence/machine learning, blockchain and cryptocurrency.The “I-read-it-in-Time-Magazine-phenomenon” is back.There’s an abundance of popular media about these and other technologies that empowers business managers and executives to believe they know more – or at least enough – about the technologies to stimulate prototyping and even early adoption.Remember, business executives and managers are always seeking competitive advantage. Technology is now – and forever – a competitive weapon, which has substantially elevated the status of digital versus enterprise IT.

The role of digital technology has obviously exploded.In fact, no one can compete without continuous digital transformation.There are no business strategies and no technology strategies.There are only business-technology strategies, which means that digital technology is now both a driver and enabler of new business processes and models.This synergism is new, complete and permanent.

Digital Business Officers (DBOs) – for lack of a better title – should be immersed in and around the business, where they should create and enable business processes and models with existing and especially emerging digital technology, which should no longer occupy a giant corner office from which CIOs dispense requirements and standards. DBOs are part technologist and part business process engineer with large vendor and consultant networks.They are anticipatory, always looking for what’s next – and what’s possible.They’re skilled with business process management and automation and their understanding of emerging technologies.They follow and lead their industry’s best practices.They work with the infrastructure team only regarding integration and security, focusing on whether a new technology-enabled business process or model can be securely integrated into the infrastructure architecture.If it can’t, they find ways to enhance the architecture or leave the architecture nest to implement the new initiative.The lesson:plumbers must eliminate leaks and DBOs must add new bathrooms, kitchens, guest rooms – whatever – to stay competitive.

New Relationships, New Missions

Here’s a workable structure.Develop an enterprise infrastructure group that provides all back-office capabilities, including networks, devices and enterprise applications (like some DBMS, ERP and security applications).This horizontal infrastructure office – run by a Chief Infrastructure Officer – will (with multiple vendors) devote all of its time to stability, reliability, recovery and flexibility.The business units should exploit infrastructure to apply current and emerging technology to new business processes and whole new business models.This makes digital technology vertical to the products and services that each business unit sells.The infrastructure team is wide, deep and inwardly focused.Business unit DBOs spread technology across and beyond their units, and are outwardly focused.

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