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Monobank founders eye UK banking market

Three of the co-founders of Ukrainian digital banking startup Monobank are planning to launch a banking app in the UK in 2019. Read more: Announces ICO Pre-Sale On The Heels Of Successful Release Of...

As computer hackers gain notoriety from the endless stream of data breaches that have cost consumers millions, many are wondering if their digital data is truly safe.

Ukrainian securities regulator to consider cryptos

The head of the Ukrainian securities commission said that the crypto market is an integral part of economics and finance, and needs legislative recognition. Read more:

Apple Pay to debut in Poland, Norway, Ukraine

Apple CEO Tim Cook confirms that Apple Pay will soon be available in Poland, Norway and the Ukraine. Read more:

Opal Transfer launches money transfer for Ukraine, Poland

Earlier this week, London-based fintech Opal Transfer announced it is launching a new money transfer service between Ukraine and Poland. Read more:

Ukraine to create group to regulate cryptocurrency market

Ukraine’s National Security and Defence Council chief on Thursday announced plans to form a government working group to craft regulation on, Read more:

Ukraine will regulate bitcoin, considers state cryptocurrency

Ukrainian authorities have formed a working group comprised of major government watchdogs, authorities and the central bank to introduce, Read more:

Exmo exec Pavel Lerner released by kidnappers after $1m ransom

Pavel Lerner is reportedly healthy and safe after kidnappers released him following an abduction in Kiev, Ukraine on December 26th. Read more:

Sky Bank in front-to-back office tech revamp with Finastra

Ukraine-based Sky Bank (formerly Region-Bank) is replacing its legacy systems with Finastra’s Fusiobanking Essence platform. Read more:

Ukraine National Bank consider regulating digital currency

Ukraine’s central bank has hinted that it will advance plans to regulate the use of cryptocurrencies in the country. Read more: