Singapore proves to be one of the most important Asia-based fintech hubs – and the role of the government in this success can hardly be overestimated.
March 6, 2018, Bangkok will host a major international conference dedicated to blockchain, cryptocurrencies and ICOs – Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Thailand.
BANKEX sets out to solve inefficiencies inherent in today’s banking system by utilizing Blockchain technologies.
During the Money20/20 Conference in Las Vegas, mobile bank N26 announced plans to enter the U.S. Market by Mid-2018.
MicroMoney, the Singapore based fintech company, announces private presale.
The European Central Bank plans to create licensing guidelines for financial technology firms.
The London-based financial technology startup will enable customers in the United States to transfer money via its platform using Apple Pay.
The UK-based payments company will use the investments to further expand its operations and allow users to purchase and sell digital currency.
Regulatory authorities in Denmark and Singapore have announced a cooperation agreement to boost financial technology innovation in both countries.
Here are 5 of the catalysts which help fintech apps to grow.
The company not only described the potential use cases of the blockchain technology for banks, but also identified the main issues impeding its wider adoption in the sector.
In today’s world, Fintech companies almost compete directly with in most areas of the financial sector to sell financial services to customers across the globe.
Toronto can boast of multiple factors that altogether create a perfect environment for fintech development.