GMO Internet Group leverages the robust blockchain technology to streamline an interbank settlement system and create “next-generation” banking services.
Thanks to amendments that the government plans to make to the Banking Act, Bermuda is to become a new destination for fintech innovation.
Amid Bitcoin growth after quite a long-term downward trending, fintech startups livened up offering their solutions to the crypto industry. Here are the top 3 definitely worth monitoring in 2018.
Revolut allows its users to spend, store, send, and receive payments from both – cryptocurrency accounts and bank accounts.
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.