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Barclays rolls out voice-recognition security

Barclays is rolling out voice-recognition security to all its personal banking customers, eliminating the need for passwords and improving protection against fraud.

FinTech startup becomes official blockchain provider

London-based startup Credits has become the first official blockchain provider to the UK Government after the firm was awarded a place on the G-Cloud 8 contractor framework by the Crown Commercial Service. Read more: bdaily.co.uk

UK FinTech startups raised £40m in July

Nine funding deals in the FinTech sector have been announced since June 23, when Britain shocked the world by voting to leave the European Union. Read more: uk.businessinsider.com

WePay hails Britannia, leaping across the payments pond

In a move designed to bring the value and convenience of payments to software platforms to the U.K., market, WePay is setting up shop across the pond. Read more: http://www.pymnts.com/

Opportunity for FinTech as UK calls for payments reform

New opportunities could arise for FinTech firms following the UK payments regulator call for reform. Read more: techcitynews.com

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.

UK and Republic of Korea establish FinTech Bridge

The U.K. has established a ‘FinTech Bridge’ along with the Republic of Korea which is aimed to support international expansion of UK and Korean fintech firms. Read more: www.econotimes.com

Oxford Capital leads $1.75m round in FinTech startup Moneybox

Finstar Financial Group has further expanded its fintech and financial services investment program with the hire of Eugene Timko.

Why FinTech Could Be a Casualty of Brexit

But London may remain a finance hub. Read More: fortune.com

Berlin bids to replace London as post-Brexit FinTech capital

From the moment that Britain voted to leave the EU, financiers across the continent began disagreeing on what it meant for Londons banks. Read more: www.ft.com

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