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Max Keiser discusses raising over US$1.5 million, who the number one basher of Bitcoin is, and why bankers’ arrests are needed if he becomes the economic advisor to the Mayor of London.
“The Future of Financial Services,” a 178-page report released on June 30 by the World Economic Forum, explains one of the greatest advantages of FinTech firms.
An anonymous Dutch bank employee has revealed that major banks in the EU are applying new rules forcing banks
Swedish bank SEB (Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB) placed a sponsored, full-page ad this week in Sweden’s largest online newspaper, Swedish Dagbladet.
The Millennial generation is proving to be a large force behind the transformation and disruption of the banking industry.
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Americans can now make instant deposits to Ripple from several US banks.
Deutsche Bank, a German global banking and financial services company has released yet another research paper about the blockchain technology entitled “Attack is Probably the Best Form of Defense,”
While several global headlines have declared that millennials are increasingly disinterested in banks, the owners of BTC.sx exchange have launched Magnr, “the first savings account for Bitcoin.”
Two of Australia's "big four banks," Westpac Banking Corporation and the Australia and New Zealand Bank Group (ANZ), are trialing Ripple payments for faster and lower-cost cross-border payments.
Leading global bank Citi has called on the government of the United Kingdom (UK) to adopt a digital form of legal tender to reduce the cost of moving money, increase consumer spending and add greater liquidity to the market.
German global banking and financial services company Deutsche Bank is set to launch three startup innovation labs in Silicon Valley, London and Berlin
One of the most oft talked about advantages of Bitcoin is that is can be sent to anyone in the world for an extremely low fee.
Infosys Ltd., an Indian IT multinational developer of Finacle, has started to work on ways of incorporating the blockchain into its core banking software.
The bond markets are rattled and global yields are rising, signaling a possible reversal of an aging 33 year bull market in bonds that could have a major impact on all other global financial markets resulting in a reprice in asset classes across the board.
"Virtual and digital currencies can challenge the sovereignty of states,” says Gareth Murphy, senior Central Bank of Ireland official.
Megabank's venture capital fund, argues that banks and fintech startups need to collaborate in order to "reboot" the global financial services industry and trigger the 'Fintech 2.0' revolution.
The Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities, issued a note identifying the 'top emerging threats facing investors in 2015,' where the state agency warns investors of the risks associated with digital currencies.
If bitcoin acceptance reaches a critical mass where necessities of food, shelter, and clothing can be bought with it, it will likely have reached a tipping point where it displaces national currencies.
Unredacted Adult FriendFinder hacked Data is on offer for 70 Bitcoin, a 1959 IBM Model 1401 mainframe can mine bitcoin, and more news.
Coinbase announced on their blog today that they’ve launched a new Instant Exchange feature
Business embraces Blockchain big-way with IBM and Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ implementing smart contracts, Singapore emerges as center of Blockchain development.
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ and Hitachi are starting the Blockchain project in Singapore to digitalize banking.
Electronic payments technology company NetCents has partnered with professional services firm Vanbex to provide what it claims to be a streamlined, full, end-to-end innovative financial services platform.
With increasing adoption of internet-banking and mobile-banking, an extensive network of branches is no longer necessary for banks. Are bank branches headed for extinction?
CoinTelegraph met Nicolas Cary, Co-Founder and the CEO of Blockchain, at Money 20/20 in Copenhagen and asked him about the current state of the financial market.
Seeking to spur the adoption of distributed ledger technologies in financial systems, R3 and Microsoft start a strategic partnership.
WireX has released the first two-way bitcoin debit card with a buy bitcoin function. It will allow its users to fund their bitcoin accounts from anywhere through traditional bank transfers and alternative payment methods.
Cashila, the European bitcoin/fiat payment processor adds a new feature for its customers enabling them to top up their account with Sofort Banking option.
It’s been around for some time now: a new international bank is coming to town, named NextBank. It looks and feels like either a miracle or a scam.
The latest study from Accenture shows that only 6% of board directors and just 3% of CEOs of the world’s biggest banks have any technology experience, reports Business Wire.
Have you ever heard the term ‘timebank’ before? What about ‘timebanking’? If not, no worries, you are not alone.
A first-of-its-kind app-based bank with no branches or online banking has won a banking license to operate in the UK from next year.
A survey conducted in Australia has uncovered that at least 1 in 3 citizens would ditch their bank for digital currency such as Bitcoin and other innovative financial services technologies.
British company Intelligent Environments wants to secure your banking information with emojis; online small business lender, Bond Street, secures new funding; and more news
Cryptocurrency enables you to “be your own bank,” and banks are more than just a place to put your money—they're also a place from which to borrow. Pure-Central launched in late 2014 and aims to connect lenders with borrowers for loans in multiple cryptocurrencies.
"Big four" Australian bank, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), has announced its plans to integrate Ripple and use the distributed network to transfer funds between its subsidiaries.
The following piece was submitted as part of CoinTelegraph’s Tell us your bank horror story article contest presented to you by Shapeshift.io
Beyond the business opportunities, financial innovations have a larger socio-economic role to play and could help pull billions of people out of poverty, according to a new report.
Edmund Moy is a former Director of the United States mint and well known economist.
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