Thursday, January 20, 2022


Four pitfalls to avoid in a cyberinsurance policy

As more companies enter the burgeoning cyberinsurance marketplace, they often ask how they can choose the best cyberpolicy. Read more:

What does the future hold for banking?

The most commonly held expectation for the future was of increased automation in all industries. Read more:

Women in FinTech: “Be brave and dare and you will succeed.”

Françoise Lamotte, SVP, Head of Direct and Digital, MetLife EMEA, tells about her path to becoming a distinguished leader within the FinTech industry. Read more:

Ethereum developers eye proof-of-stake shift

The team behind ethereum’s most popular user client have released a new update that includes support for alternative consensus systems. Read more:

Measuring success in banking innovation

What do we hope to achieve by trying to measure banking innovation according to old habits and routines? Surely only the customer can measure our success? Read more:

Microsoft Office can now verify docs on the bitcoin blockchain

Microsoft is continuing its blockchain journey by integrating Stampery into Microsoft Office Outlook with cross-compatibility. Read more:

Bitcoin price to hit $500,000 by 2030

According to Peter Smith, Blockchain CEO/co-founder, and Jeremy Liew, Snapchat’s first investor, bitcoin’s price could hit $500,000 by 2030. Read more:

Qatari bank completes money transfer blockchain pilot

Qatar Commercial Bank has revealed the completion of an initial blockchain pilot enabling international funds transfers with a number of banks in the region and beyond. 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:

Bitcoin exchange Bitfinex sues Wells Fargo

A lawsuit filed by Bitfinex in Northern District of California federal court, San Francisco division could turn out to hold meaning for the entire bitcoin world. Read more: