Argentinians can now travel using Bitcoin Chepicap In major adoption news, thanks to a partnership between Bitex – a blockchain based financial services provider – and Alto Viaje – a platform to top-up Argentinian …
Financial institutions must rip a page out of the fintech playbook by reducing friction and eliminating pain points in the customer journey. The post Financial Institutions Must Kill Pain Points in Their Customer Experience appeared first on The Financial Brand .
Swift CEO announces tie-up with blockchain start-up R3 CNBC Swift, the financial messaging *service* for the world’s biggest banks, is partnering with blockchain start-up R3. Gottfried Leibbrandt, Swift’s chief executive, said …
Why the Philippines is ready for all-digital banking ABS-CBN News CIMB hopes its all-digital bank Octo will have 100000 users by mid-2019, who transact using the app at least once a week, said its Philippines CEO Vijay …
Fingerprint Cards are Driving French Fintech Innovation findBIOMETRICS Fingerprint Cards provided the fingerprint scanner for Société Générale’s new cards, and is now charting the way forward ahead of the Paris Fintech Forum.
UK Treasury considers passport deals for financial firms post Brexit Business Insider Chair of the Commons Treasury select committee says firms should be able to strike passporting agreements with countries outside Europe post Brexit.
The House Passes the Financial Technology Protection Act Designed to Combat Illicit Activities that Use Fintech Such as Digital Currencies Crowdfund Insider The House of Representatives passed several bills today and included in the mix was the Financial Technology Protection Act, (H.R. 56).
Swiss asset management firm Tiberius Group AG is going to issue a digital currency, which will be tied to the price of metals including aluminum, cobalt, and gold
Switzerland-based startup SEBA Crypto AG has raised $103 million to build a bank providing digital asset-related services to corporate clients
The Winklevoss twins’ crypto exchange Gemini is considering an expansion into the U.K. market, according to a new report from the Financial Times