Wednesday, August 21, 2019
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New Zealand police issues alert against Bitcoin investment scam

New Zealand’s police department has urged the public to be vigilant of online investment schemes offering heightened returns with investments in cryptoc Read more:

Xero to launch open banking API

New-Zealand-based cloud accounting platform Xero has announced the imminent release of an open banking API. Read more:

PledgeMe joins forces with Māori Women’s Development

New Zealand-based equity crowdfunding platform PledgeMe has joined forces with financial institution Māori Women’s Development Inc to launch a Read more:

Crowdfunding platform Pledge Me surpasses NZD $500,000 target in its own...

New Zealand-based crowdfunding platform Pledge Me has surpassed the target NZD 500,080 for its own crowdfunding campaign. Read more:

New Zealand: a fintech bridge too far?

How Kiwis and Brits are exploring various ways to participate in each other's markets. Read more:

New Zealand bank shares belief in blockchain

SBS Bank in New Zealand seems to be considering using blockchain technology as a way to provide an improved user experience for their clients. Read more:

Potential to NZ fintech exports huge

The potential for New Zealand tech exports will be huge when direct free trade post-Brexit opens with the United Kingdom, a leading fintech expert says. Read more:

Australia, New Zealand central banks don’t on cryptos

Bitcoin is “fascinating” but “inefficient,” Australia’s central bank has claimed as both it and neighboring New Zealand take a hands-off approach to their own tokens. Read more:

ANZ, IBM develop blockchain insurance solution in New Zealand

New Zealand’s largest bank ANZ, with tech partner IBM, has successfully developed a blockchain solution that will serve as a ‘single source of truth’ Read more:

New Zealand joins Open Banking initiative through API pilot

New Zealand is launching an industry pilot to test two APIs as it becomes the latest country to adopt open banking. Read more: