(Originally posted at ExpenseAnywhere)
CBS News Sunday Morning had a segment today called, “Card games: Getting to the point with travel rewards.”
As you correctly guessed, it focused on the primary benefit that makes airline credit cards appealing — miles that can eventually be used for free travel.
The cardholder at the center of the story said that he and his wife had about 40 cards and had traveled the world with their 6 kids thanks to all the miles they rack up. Not exactly what I would describe as your average consumer.
That aside, Brian Kelly, also known as…
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Have you noticed it, too? The buzz about blockchain technology seems to be getting louder and louder.
The Harvard Business Review has published numerous pieces recently from many different contributors with perspectives on what blockchain technology could mean for sector as diverse as healthcare and entertainment, to utilities and global supply chains.
It’s a lot to take in, and there’s a lot going on “under the hood” from a technical perspective.
Jeremy Rubin, Technical Director of the MIT Bitcoin Project, distilled it into terms that even I could begin to understand in his 2014 TEDxBeaconStreet talk, “What…