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Deloitte backs blockchain financial inclusion startup Humaniq

Blockchain-based banking startup Humaniq has landed backing from professional services giant Deloitte. The size of the round is undisclosed. Read more:

London and Singapore remain world’s top FinTech hubs

FinTech hubs are popping up in cities around the world, but established players like London and Singapore continue to be the top centres. Read more:

Hong Kong trade finance goes Deloitte-fully blockchain

Deloitte, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority and trade finance banks in Hong Kong have developed a distributed ledger technology. Read more:

Irish Funds working on blockchain proof-of-concept

Irish Funds today announces that it is working with industry participants and Deloitte to develop a blockchain proof of concept for regulatory reporting. Read more:

Deloitte’s Dublin blockchain lab opens

Deloitte, which works with 90 percent of the world’s largest financial institutions today opened its new EMEA blockchain lab at Whitaker Court in Dublin’s “Silicon Docks” district. Read more:

Deloitte launches blockchain lab in New York

Deloitte is launching an exclusive blockchain lab in New York’s Wall Street district to research and develop financial blockchain-based solutions. Read more:

Who’s left in the dark about blockchain

With financial services embracing and exploring blockchain, the sector is proving to be a guide for other industries interested in the technology. Read more:

Deloitte backs blockchain startup Setl

Blockchain financial services firm Setl has secured funding from professional services giant Deloitte. The size of the investment is undisclosed. Read more:

Metro Bank tests smartcard payments on the blockchain

SETL, Deloitte and Metro Bank have successfully demonstrated a contactless blockchain smartcard retail payment system. Read more:

Blockchain to reinvigorate loyalty programmes

Distributed ledger technology has the potential to revitalise loyalty rewards programmes by replacing fragmented and clunky systems. Read more: