November 2021

Money makes the world go round. In the next issue of Verdict Magazine, out in November 2021, we’ll take a look into financial technologies and the digitisation of money. Covid-19 pushed the adoption of digital money into hyperdrive, with societies around the world becoming increasingly cashless. However, as we’ve seen in this issue, doing business in zeroes and ones comes with risks attached – even more so when we’re talking about significant sums of money.

In the next issue, Verdict will take a deep dive into fintech. We will talk with market stakeholders, we’ll look at the exciting future of digital finance, and we’ll look into the concerns of those who worry about the risks of abandoning physical money.

While you wait for all this and more in our next issue, you can get the latest technology insights, exclusives and developments from our daily news site or by following us on Twitter.


Editor | Eric Johansson
Writers | Robert Scammell, Eric Johansson, Lewis Page, Elles Houweling, Giacomo Lee
Magazine Designer | John Hammond
Publisher | Susanne Hauner
Digital Publishing Director | Duncan West


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