Tuesday, April 23, 2024
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Moody’s: Don’t expect US to lead blockchain adoption

Moody's predicts that blockchain will disrupt the post-trade side of the securities business, but perhaps not in the way you think. Read more: www.coindesk.com

US FinTech regulation: a divided picture

While the prudential regulators are testing the waters in FinTech regulation, other federal agencies have also focused on FinTech’s potential. Scoop.it from: www.bankingtech.com

The OCC FinTech charter is a key first step

The technology transforming the financial sector is creating a historic opportunity to make financial services better and more accessible for all Americans. Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

Regulation is strangling FinTech startups, VC’s can help

While the total impact won’t be visible until years after secession from the European Union, Brexit is sure to limit access to talent and markets for sapling startups. Read more: www.entrepreneur.com

Lending Club’s terrible twos

Whatever Lending Club does, however, it will need to do it soon, as its share price continues to suffer. As the writing of this piece, it is a $5.56 per share — a far cry from the $15 it started at two years ago. Read more: www.pymnts.com

Why bitcoin’s remittance disruption slowed to a crawl

There was a time when cross-border remittance was expected to be bitcoin’s killer app. And yet, years later, the giants of the remittance market are far from slain. Read more: www.coindesk.com

Mobile banking startup Bankjoy signs two credit unions

Bankjoy will provide Georgia Heritage FCU with most of its digital access technology, including online and mobile banking, bill pay, e-statements, and electronic account and loan applications. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

MasterCard unveils entry into mobile-payment market

MasterCard's mobile payment app, which serves as a digital wallet, is expected to debut in the U.S. in the fall. Read More: www.thestar.com