Thursday, June 29, 2017

LATEST NEWS

Online insurance provider Digital Risks nabs latest investment

Online insurance provider Digital Risks has picked up an investment from early-stage investor and incubator Earlymarket. Read more: fintech.global

Visa hiring ethereum engineer to work on its blockchain technology

Last week, Visa posted a new job opening for an ethereum engineer to continue work on the company's growing blockchain technology products. Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

Indian states look to launch blockchain land registry efforts

New details have emerged about some of the blockchain applications being pursed by state governments in India. Read more: www.coindesk.com

Visa buys stake in fast-growing FinTech group Klarna

Visa´s investment in Klarna is part of a global strategy to open up the Visa ecosystem and support a broad range of new partners. Read more: www.ft.com

INV FinTech partners with venture fund JadeValue

INV FinTech, this site's sister accelerator, announced a partnership today with Shanghai-based JadeValue, an incubator and investment fund. Read more: bankinnovation.net

China and emerging markets lead the FinTech charge

Adoption of financial technology products and services among consumers has grown globally, with users in China and other emerging markets leading the FinTech charge. Read more: www.reuters.com

Singapore and Malaysia team up to cash in on each other

The two currency exchange startups will share data, technology, and user networks to boost each others presence in Malaysia, Singapore, and elsewhere. Read more: www.techinasia.com

Women in FinTech 2017: Innovate Finance opens nominations

Innovate Finance has announced today the opening for submissions to its 2017 Women in Fintech Powerlist. Read more: www.forbes.com

Insurance solutions lead Australia’s adoption of FinTech

Current global adoption levels for insurance FinTech solutions are standing at an all-time 24% with Australia recording a higher than average interest. Read more: www.moneymanagement.com.au

Sending money will be as easy as emailing

Leading world digital agencies forecast that by 2020 the world's main channels of communication will be digital. Read more: thefintechtimes.com
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