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IBM partners Singaporean startup to launch a Blockchain project that will reduce bank's time and cost on KYC.
Citi’s new digital wallet will compete directly with PayPal, Apple Pay and others to provide online, in-app and in-store payment needs.
R3 and the Monetary Authority of Singapore prepare to launch the MAS’s first dedicated Blockchain research and development center for Fintech.
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ and Hitachi are starting the Blockchain project in Singapore to digitalize banking.
Singapore is road testing its first B2B contract registered to the Blockchain between two business entities .
Gemini, a regulated Bitcoin exchange founded by the Winklevoss Twins, is officially expanding its services to Hong Kong and Singapore.
CoinTelegraph spoke with speakers at Arctic15 conference about the latest trends in financial technology.
The growing disruptive implications of Blockchain in a range of settings including the financial and health sectors is key to IBM’s decision to open an innovation center in Singapore.
Singapore banks to use Blockchain, BitHappy vs OpenBazaar: Bitcoin Only Stores, Coinbase Shift Debit card and more news.
At the United Overseas Bank (UOB) 80th anniversary dinner, Lee Hsien Loong, Prime Minister of Singapore, commented that Bitcoin and blockchain technology are going to change the banking industry.
Ravi Menon from MAS (Monetary Authority of Singapore) discussed several monetary and economical topics, including the Federal Reserve's monetary policy, China's growth, the global economy and digital currencies.
BitX has raised a US$4 million in its Series A funding round led by the South African media firm Naspers through its payments subsidiary PayU.
Singapore based Search Engine startup SearchTrade recently raised 200 BTC in a rapid 7-day presale of their keywords.
Financial companies do well in Singapore. The city-state’s position in Asia is a solid one, and it looks to overtake Switzerland as the world’s wealth capital.
All eyes will be on the latest Bitcoin Conference in South-East Asia this month in light of an increasingly difficult scene for cryptocurrencies in China. On 21-22 May, Coin Congress will hold its first conference event in Singapore.
Nearly 200 entrepreneurs, enthusiasts, private sector representatives and governmental officials were convened last week for the Crypto Valley Summit 2014 in the Isle of Manю
The Monetary Authority of Singapore, the city-state’s central bank, told a local trading platform that it would not interfere with its Bitcoin services.
As we reported before Christmas, the Monetary Authority of Singapore said it would not intervene in a local digital currency exchange’s business.
Singapore is positioning
itself to be a financial center in the Bitcoin economy. As we reported before Christmas, the Monetary Authority of Singapore said it ...
While much of the payments and financial world was in Las Vegas at Money20/20 last week, about 250 researchers, business people and policymakers met in Singapore to have a frank conversation about the Asian financial hub’s role in the cryptoeconomy.
The major cryptocurrency event, Inside Bitcoins, will be held next year in Singapore on January 29-30, 2015.
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.
Call Levels, a Singaporean startup providing real-time financial monitoring and notification service on the mobile cloud, has added bitcoin prices from itBit following "overwhelming request from users."
Singapore's central bank funds blockchain-based project; former Skype COO joins Blockchain.info board; 36 French startups team up to create Fintech association; Citigroup develops 3 blockchains and more news
Startup accelerator Startupbootcamp FinTech, announced on Monday the top 10 finalists to join its Singapore program, among which are blockchain-based startups Otonomos, CryptoSigma and DeBuNe.
In Asia, Bitcoin and cryptocurrency-related startups and projects have consequently increased in numbers since the beginning of 2014, attracting more and more VC investments from the West.
Malaysia’s Central Bank has chimed in with a couple of other countries to issue policy statements on Bitcoin at the beginning of this new year.
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