“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.
Financial solutions provider Envestnet has acquired a financial software company Yodlee, a financial data aggregator platform for around US$590 million.
Number 26 predicts the financial ecosystem that will replace banks, “TYT” dips its toes into Bitcoin, and other news.
Shopify and Twitter partner for social commerce; the insurance industry appears to be next in line for some disruptive innovation; 60% of the world’s Bitcoin merchants use BitPay, and more top news
Leading Danish bitcoin cryptocurrency exchange CCEDK has introduced the world’s first decentralized multi-lingual fintech exchange OpenLedger, allowing users to convert bitcoin to fiat-pegged SmartCoins
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London’s FinTech scene continues to boom as startup iwoca raises £20 Million; ING Netherlands has rolled voice-activated payments within its mobile banking app; and more news
Apple has applied for a patent that would enable the transfer of money between iPhones, PayPal spends a boatload on Xoom, and more top stories from this week in FinTech.
American Express rolls out a new online checkout service, FinTech is the reason for record hikes in venture capital flooding into the London startup scene, and more FinTech news
South Koreans get a first look at Samsung’s new mobile payment solution, P2P lending company BLender secures new funding and more top stories from this week in FinTech.
An international crime expert has labeled London the center of international money laundering, saying the city's major banks disregard the anti-money laundering regulation that at the same time burdens FinTech startups.
Not wanting to be left behind in the global FinTech engineering race, corporate leaders from around France have banded together to create the France FinTech association.
CoinTelegraph reached out to Coinsilium to get some more details on its milestone IPO.
The latest Silicon Valley Bank survey suggests that FinTech businesses expect regulatory issues to be one of the biggest concerns in 2016.
A group of 32 startups, investors and startup accelerators call for the Australian government to bring major innovation to the federal financial technology industry.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron supported the new FinTech manifesto.
As much as the financial establishment hates to admit it, Bitcoin is a major economic and technological advancement, and it's not going anywhere.
Business Insider ranks 25 FinTech companies worth over US$1 billion; Bitnet and PAY.ON join forces and more top stories from this week in FinTech.
Digital currencies companies are fighting to provide users with end-to-end platforms, spanning the ever wider range of services people are coming to expect from FinTech providers.
The City of London has long been considered the financial hub of Europe, and the inclusion of Bitcoin company, Blockchain, on last weeks trade delegation to South East Asia
Day four of Ethereum Devcon1 consisted of a showcase of the many different DApps that are being developed.
What do the ‘Big Four’ accounting firms of the world think about FinTech’s impact on the financial services industry?
Finova launches Fintech’s first all-digital lending platform that will transform the auto title loan marketplace with up to 70% lower consumer costs.
A new report from the World Economic Forum predicts that the Blockchain will occupy a central place in the global financial system.
Cointelegraph presents its new Fintech and Blockchain Jobs page meant to help companies and professionals find each other in the multi-billion dollar Blockchain industry.
Thomson Reuters joins R3 blockchain consortium as the first major data and technology provider among banks and other financial institutions
Fintech is the new cool as more investors choose apps over experts.
With 2016 marking four years since the last halving, what FinTech companies should we look out for in the years ahead?
London Fintech Week is an 8-day event taking place in London on 15th-22nd July 2016.
Is the Netherlands equipping itself to be the next big innovator in the blockchain world?
Chinese search engine Baidu.com has entered the financial revolution that is FinTech for the first time with an investment in an American Blockchain company.
The vibrant Israeli fintech industry generates innovation using Blockchain technology which leaves the regulator no choice but eventually to join in.
Putin’s business ombudsman says Russia must become the world’s Blockchain leader. There are currently around 500 000 of Blockchain users in Russia.
The race is on between European cities including Frankfurt, Dublin and Paris for London's finance crown following the Brexit vote.
As a result of Brexit, some UK fintech companies fear the brain drain and trade difficulties, and consider moving out.
A successful private Blockchain experiment in Burma might change the way microfinance works in developing nations.
In a bid to explore the uses of Blockchain, financial companies will now have the opportunity to take part in the first training course by RiskTraining in London
An Indian company has come up with a solution that could potentially change the way derivatives and cash contracts are settled in stock markets.
Let’s take a look at several big Blockchain trends which are about to change our perspective on the future. Gian Volpicelli from Wired lists some potential purposes of Blockchains. The main feature of all these is decreasing or even the total absence of middlemen.
CoinTelegraph spoke with speakers at Arctic15 conference about the latest trends in financial technology.
For a month starting May 3, The Treasury of the Australian government will be accepting submissions from interested parties to comment on a newly-released discussion paper entitled ‘GST treatment of digital currency’ as part of the 2016-17 Budget.
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.
The latest report from Accenture forecasts financial institutions and services in Asia-Pacific to invest in cloud technology, mobile wallets and blockchain.
Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin have launched a new company named Alphabet, which will manage Google and all of the company’s subsidiaries in a new operating structure.
The U.S. and Cuba transact in bitcoin, Coin (the all-in-one credit card) has revealed the second iteration of its card, Coinbase allows users to purchase bitcoin with debit and credit cards, and more top stories from this week in FinTech.
China has suspended registration of new businesses with finance-related names, saying that these firms first need approvals from financial regulators. What effects will these measures have on the Chinese fintech competitive space?
Today’s infrastructure cannot accommodate on a global level for the technology of tomorrow, says our expert Brandon Kostinuk of Vanbex.
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