Monthly Archives: November 2014

Gold Markets Trojan Horse – Physical Delivery Trigger?

Reports came out earlier this month about a destructive “Trojan Horse” malware program that has infected critical U.S. software infrastructure capable of penetrating power plants, electrical grids, water treatment plants, natural gas pipelines, etc. Although there has been no attempt yet to “activate” the trojan horse since 2011, this malware sits ready to wreak havoc […]

Next Steps for PayPal/Braintree – Mobile Wallets/NFC & Blockchain Protocol

Risk to Avoid: Mobile Wallets While the mobile wallets and Near Field Communication (NFC) businesses are currently the primary growth drivers of the $90 billion mobile payments industry, it is best that PayPal let Google, Apple, Amazon, and roughly 170 other smaller companies battle it out in an overly competitive space where margin compression will […]