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While on the global scale fintech is growing rather rapidly, the industry is absolutely booming in Asia, and particularly in China.
Our London Correspondent Nick Ayton asks digital headhunter Philip Butler, director of Larson Digital, what impact the skills shortage is having on Blockchain.
In future, TV viewers could invest directly in the programs they want to watch - by buying Altcoins, thinks CEO of the European Television Guild Graham Pitman.
Japan’s Daiwa and YSE are officially working on a blockchain-based stock exchange for Myanmar to trade securities within 2 years.
Stelian Balta from DinarDirham shares the secret behind Asian Fintech boom.
Indian Bitcoin exchange partners US payment processor to capture unserved Indian/South Asian market
The latest report from Accenture forecasts financial institutions and services in Asia-Pacific to invest in cloud technology, mobile wallets and blockchain.
The Asia-Pacific region led by China is quickly catching up to the West in terms of wealth.
Analysis of the biennial Payment Innovations Report 2015 from June 17 has described an increasingly successful FinTech sector in Asian and African countries.
Dilip Rao, Managing Director of Ripple Labs in Sydney, has announced that Ripple will continue to expand its “highly demanded” real-time settlement protocol in the Asia-Pacific region.
Finnish company Denarium, owner of the country’s largest exchange Bittiraha.fi and ATM network Bittimaatti, has announced an international rollout of “next generation” physical bitcoins.
DigitalTangible Inc., a site where you can buy and sell Bitcoin and gold, officially expands itself into Asia as it gains a new partner, Melotic.
Americans can now make instant deposits to Ripple from several US banks.
While the success of cryptocurrencies has been much highlighted in developed countries in 2013, 2014 is certainly the year when digital currencies will embrace emerging markets.
The Asian continent (we’re including Russia here, too) features multiple governments and central banks who are not altogether excited about their citizens using Bitcoin.
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