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do a case study on the role of crypto currencies play in Global Payment System using Ripple (XRP) (a company providing both solution services and coins/token) comparison with some other cryto-currencies (or the whole crypto-currency industry) in term of:
(the findings can answer the following:)
1) Ripple: its services (such as xRipple platform) to payment system – How likely they are taking over the rest in instantaneous payment (transfer of money or executing smart contract) without intervention from a third party and with a fraction of costs? what is its (current and/or prospect) share of trillions of dollars transferring across countries every year.
2) XRP: will its value increase as an asset (like precious metal); or in greater demand (hence increase in prices) given its advanced technologies/services, and why?.
Ideally, on the background
We would like to see why/how shadow payment system developed and worked in parallel to traditional payment system (SWIFT). What are the differences between the two: legal restrictions, implications, technological advantages, costs, centralised,vs decentralised, efficiency, liquidity, data security. End users
The the role of cryto-currencies: how it all works (technology behind mining, pre-mining, limited or unlimited like fiat money) and what are they for. an asset ? minimum of exchange like other currencies as a token for the purpose of executing smart contract/transfer of money) ? Cryto-eXchange (part of shadow payment system)
Noe Ripple (XRP) is part of the crypto-currency industry. We like to see how its perform in term of market share and rationale behind its price.
I would like to communicate further with prospective writer [with related disciplines economics, strong in econometrics, investment, finance, business management of research methodology to answering the 2 questions at the beginning.
Thanks in advance, this is an MBA level project.
• Identify a suitable topic for the project.
An competitive edge within global payment system: Ripple (XRP) – a case study
• Develop and submit a topic statement of about 500 words during Week 2. This outline should include the title of your project (selected from the project topics), a brief description of the topic, information about the organisation/industry, and describe your intended approach to address the project issue.
• Undertake reading to collect background information relevant to the topic and continue working on your project.
• Collect background literature relating to your project topic. Search for articles in peerreviewed journals, reports (published by government, public companies or reputed consultants), or scholarly book chapters and articles from industry sources (such as publicly available industry magazines). You can use EbscoHost or other journal databases to identify relevant articles.
• Read the articles to learn more about the project topic and how it applies to your chosen organisation.
• Write a brief literature review in which you explain what the background literature says about the project topic, referencing the articles/reports/chapters you have read. This way you lay the foundation for your own project: you build on knowledge other people already have provided in their publications.
• Identify and access secondary data for the project in a systematic and ethical manner. (Students are not allowed to use primary data because primary data collection is time-consuming and involves complex research ethics requirements. This is not within the scope of the MBA project.)
• If secondary data is not publicly available, a consent form needs to be signed from the organisation that has ownership over the secondary data. The latest date to submit the consent form is the final assessment date.
Presentation of the findings
• Analyse the data to identify findings in relation to your project topic.
• Note down your findings. Develop tables/figures to help display the findings, as appropriate.
• Once you have findings for your project, sit back and consider what those findings mean for you, for the chosen organisation and, if relevant, for the industry. Reflect on the findings in relation to yourself, your organisation, and industry.
• Note down the reflections. These reflections about the organisation and industry provide a link from the findings to the implications and recommendations of your study. 5. Concluding the project report
• Write a draft project report in report format. Make sure to include an ‘Implications and recommendations’ section as well as a ‘Conclusion’ and ‘Executive summary’.
• Re-work and improve the project report. Remember to pay attention to appropriate referencing.
• Attach relevant appendices to your project report.
• EbscoHost’s Business Source Corporate Plus journal and newspaper resources
• IbisWorld / Marketline company information
• Proquest corporate eBook collection
The criteria used to assess your project report are as follows:
Project topic selection and statement (15% of the total grade)
Explanation of the project topic and a brief outline of the planned report (15%)
The student clearly articulates an appropriate reason for selecting the topic and effectively establishes its context in the organisation being considered. Further, the student outlines the approach taken and the method of research or analysis used.
2. The project report (85% of the total grade)
Components of the report:
i. Introduction to the report (5%) and literature review (15%)
The student provides an introduction to the report, including an overview of the literature relating to the topic, critically evaluating its main relevant themes and its application to the topic being addressed.
ii. Explanation of research methodology and identification of the data source (10%)
The student describes and justifies research methods used; explains data collection methods appropriately.
iii. Presentation of the findings (20%)
The student describes and analyses the findings effectively, clearly showing how findings address the research topic. The student demonstrates appropriate reflection on findings.
Iv. Implications, recommendations and conclusion (15%)
The student summarises key findings in relation to literature discussed earlier; makes appropriate recommendations based on the findings; presents effective conclusions regarding the research problem.
b) Referencing (10%)
The student acknowledges sources of facts appropriately; uses appropriate number and quality of references; adheres to author-date style referencing conventions.
Structure and presentation (5%)
The student structures the content logically; demonstrates clear report from and presentation.
Communication style and language (5%)
The student demonstrates good writing style and adheres to the conventions of written English (grammar, punctuation and spelling).