Friday, February 3, 2023


Reserve Bank Of India mobilizes blockchain & FinTech initiatives

The RBI has enacted initiatives to address cybercrime as well as the disruptions caused by the emerging FinTech sector, including blockchain tech. Read more:

Agentic gives post-Brexit boost to UK FinTech with new London office

New York-based Agentic Group, a membership-driven consortium with over 35 blockchain and digital currency-related companies, has opened a new office in London.

Myanmar microfinance could see FinTech first

Blockchain technology could be coming to Myanmar, where a local company is hoping to become one of the first microfinance firms in the world to use a blockchain-based core banking system. Read more:

IBM launches blockchain cloud services on security server

IBM has announced a cloud service for organizations requiring a secure environment for blockchain networks. Read more:

Santander doubles the size of London FinTech venture fund

Banking major Santander has doubled the size of its fintech venture capital fund Santander InnoVentures with a $100m injection of fresh capital.

Blockchain business Stratis lands investment

UK-based blockchain business Stratis has raised $100,000 from investors as it nears the closure of its Initial Coin Offering (ICO) period.

Blockchain Technology could bring a music revolution

Musicians are turning their attention to the power of blockchain as a way of generating more revenue in an industry that is experiencing a decline in shares. Read more:

​IBM to open blockchain innovation centre in Singapore

IBM expects its new innovation centre will deliver over the next three years technology pilots based on blockchain technology for the finance and trade industries. Read more:

China’s Baidu invests in American blockchain company

Chinese search engine has entered the financial revolution that is FinTech for the first time with an investment in an American Blockchain company. Read more:

McKinsey weighs blockchain’s impact on insurance industry

McKinsey & Company reports on how insurance companies might be able to capitalize on blockchain, and where are the current limits of the technology. Read More: