One of the leading consulting services companies has developed a new platform that will enable digital assets to be used for a range of services, including everyday commerce, banking, and other personal currency and asset related services.
BargainFox releases an infographic showing an impact of FinTech on financial world.
The New York-based financial services business has integrated escrow-as-a-service platform to enable secure B2B payments.
The provider of software engineering solutions, EPAM System, has announced it dedicated a group of experts for investigating the technology behind bitcoin.
A financial monitoring and notification service company Call Levels has recently published an infographic that shows the current state of FinTech.
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.
Only 14% of those interrogated predicted that banks can suffer from financial technology disruption.
Nowadays, the Fintech industry is becoming huge. So, the number of Fintech companies with VC investments increased from 276 in 2010 to about 1,000 in 2015.
The fintech is getting more attractive for investors, with some of the most successful people on Wall Street are moving to this promising industry.
The former chief executive of Barclays, Anthony Jenkins, believes the FinTech will disrupt the traditional banking industry over the next ten years.
The research firm TABB Group has released a new report that states the first use cases of the blockchain technology across capital markets may be expected in Q2 of 2016.
The fast-paced financial technology industry is becoming very promising nowadays. But, centralized money keep causing crises. Is decentralized currency going to solve them?
FinTech or Financial technology is a line of business based on using software to provide financial services. FinTech companies are generally startups founded with the purpose of disrupting incumbent financial systems and corporations that rely less on software.