Tag Archives: FinTech

JP Morgan Launches Digital Banking – Plus Loan Latest

The FinTech sector continues to expand. Part of that process of expansion is the incursion of the mainstream into the sector. Our friends at Finextra report the latest: JP Morgan is set to open the virtual doors to its long-awaited UK digital retail bank next week. The digital-only lender will initially offer current accounts with […]

Central Bank Digital Currencies Seek Cross-Border Function

Regular visitors to our News section will be aware that we see central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) as a state-sponsored fake cryptocurrency. The beneficial ownership of an account is quite clear – so there’s nothing cryptic about CBDCs. They are merely digital, and the hope amongst central bankers appears to be that consumers will accept […]

The Rise Of The Cryptocurrencies Continues With Austrian Platform Deal

Today we bring you news from Austria – there’s an English version of the website for non-German speakers. With three risk models for its standard portfolios, this is an interesting option for those looking to start investing in cryptocurrency. Yet further evidence of the rapid progress of cryptos towards the mainstream. Our friends at Altfi […]

Another FinTech Heads Down Banking Path

The paths of the mainstream and alternative finance sectors are converging. Major institutions continue to demonstrate a healthy appetite for FinTech companies. Meanwhile, many of those FinTech companies are knocking on the door of mainstream acceptance all on their own. Our friends at Altfi bring the latest news of the payments and crypto app Circle , which […]