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We are seeing a return to competition that differentiates on quality rather than just price
Eight new virtual groups are set to join the territory’s crowded market
Deutsche’s fuzzy concept of cryptocurrency leads to silly prediction.
German fintech boosted its cash reserves using trust accounts from its payments processing operations
When you unpack the structures, there’s not a lot of difference between an ETF and a stablecoin.
Investment bank to launch robo adviser for clients with as little as $5,000 to invest
Attention future PMs and kings: the Blockingdon Club awaits you.
Why Bitcoin’s Lightning Network is just another pathway back to version 1.0 of the financial system.
Your morning City briefing on companies in the news, job moves and what’s happening in the markets
As technology is becoming ever more intertwined with society, questions are being raised over its growing influence. In this report, we look at the impact of Facebook creating an oversight board; how tech is blurring the lines for healthcare providers; the rise of e-government; and religion’s unexpected embrace of apps
One chart suggests it might be.
Technology could streamline process and open up market for creditors and borrowers
Digital bank steps up expansion despite complex regulatory rules
Lender looks for improved efficiency and hopes launch of Bó will see off app-based rivals
Peer-to-peer lender’s conditional banking licence expires on Tuesday
Volatile markets may return but the industry has been forced to adapt
Established lender spends £100m developing response to rapid growth of challengers
Alibaba fintech arm looks to expand reach across south-east Asia and India
Funding Circle’s dire debut has left hopes of a 2019 listings rush unfulfilled
The central bank has been quietly working on the project for five years
(And shows a remarkable correlation to avocados.)
World Chess does not seem like the business to pull off a grand masterly IPO coup
If you fall for a scam, who is to blame — you or your bank?
In some ways, yes. In others, no.
System is opening up to telecom operators in effort to reach the unbanked