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Bank 2.0 by Brett King

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Enterprise-Wide Implications

So here is the kicker. By applying the BANK 2.0 paradigm, Moore’s Law, Gilder’s Law, Metcalfe’s Law, along with the psychology of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, we get an unavoidable, unstoppable and unquestionable impact on adoption rates for innovation and new technologies. For the last 100 years or more, adoption rates have been reducing. The emergence of Moore’s Law led these adoption cycles to pace up, then the Web again reduced the cycle. Mobile smart devices, always-on IP connectivity and wireless access have further compressed the adoption cycle.

While it is conceivable that adoption cycles cannot reduce down to nothing (i.e instant adoption), the fact is that not even the largest bank in the world could ever ...

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