Tag Archives: digital security

Alternative Finance To Tighten Security – Plus Loan Auction Latest

We were recently contacted by top trade media outlet, P2P Finance News, regarding security checks and anti-money-laundering provisions. The enquiry came as a result of concerns expressed by UK regulators about alternative-finance lending and banking. Fortunately (we are vigilant, and have top-quality systems in place) we have been free from trouble at Money&Co. We reproduce […]

Non-Fungible Tokens Explored – And (Partially) Explained

Martin Baker, award-winning journalist and head of communications at Money&Co., looks at Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs). The lunatic with the loudest voice in the asylum at the time of writing is undoubtedly the NFT. Artist Damien Hirst is set to enter the NFT world with much-heralded plans to sell 10,000 artworks tied to corresponding NFTs. The […]

Central Banks’ Late-Arriving Muscle Move On Digital Currency Space

As promised, more from the changing digital asset landscape. Tokens – the big “new” thing for 2021– and central bank digital currencies are leading the mainstream’s charge to catch up. Our friends at Finextra report: As part of an experimental programme led by the Banque de France, more than ten transactions on fund units, for […]

Identity, Money And The Future Of Digital Currencies (And Personal IOUs)

The old saying goes that in the digital world if the product is free, the payment is you. Or your information, at least. The notion that personal data is valuable is becoming more widely understood.  “Behavioural biometrics” – the way we interact with our devices – are set to replace passwords in online finance, according […]