Financial institutions all over the world partner to explore and adapt the blockchain technology to financial needs.
The UK banking giant has presented the new smart contracts app designed to record and manage financial agreements among its clients.
The Singapore-based venture capital company has launched a new fund in an effort to boost investments in the blockchain technology startups.
Gemalto and Worldline are rolling out mobile payments solutions to tap the growing NFC market.
Our world is growing, various industries are evolving as well. The Fintech industry has already announced itself on the world scene, and surely, it’s going to rule the roost in the brand-new 2016.
The blockchain holds huge promise for the future of the financial industry, with the world’s leading organizations developing solutions based on the bitcoin technology.
Former JPMorgan senior executive Blythe Masters rebuffed a proposal to join Barclays, as she is committed to continue her work at the blockchain startup Digital Asset Holdings.
The former chief executive of Barclays, Anthony Jenkins, believes the FinTech will disrupt the traditional banking industry over the next ten years.
The world’s first truly international Bitcoin bank NextBank is preparing to launch during 2016 after successfully raising 950 000 USD seed investment capital. NextBank is now taking early registrations.
NextBank is planning to launch a new bitcoin banking platform that will make it easier for bitcoin community to use financial services worldwide.
Barclays announces cooperation with blockchain companies Chainalysis and Wave.
Banks offer using credit cards with EMV chips to better protect customer’s funds.
Nine of the world’s major banks, such as JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs and Barclays, are expected to adopt the blockchain technology in an attempt to broaden its use in the financial services sector.