Marion Laboure, economist at Deutsche Bank, writes that mass adoption isn’t enough for Bitcoin.
The noise around Bitcoin hitting US$50,000 obscures foundational work in blockchain finance.
Can we make a game around getting a lot of Zzzzzs instead of rocket ships and trumpets when you transact?
Myanmar’s people have adopted fintech and digital lifestyles that the military coup has suddenly shut down.
From virtual banks to Bitcoin, digital finance triumphed in COVID's wake, but now faces political challenges.
Asia's regulators can avoid trouble by ensuring buy-now pay-later fintechs practice the highest quality lending.
Singapore is a global fintech hub, but why, what does that mean, and do the authors' arguments stack up?
Does the eleventh-hour scrapping of CCB's digital bond offering, following Ant’s scuttled IPO, suggest a pattern?
Embedded finance depends on the data-for-balance-sheet model that Beijing is now determined to control.
Can money-laundering charges lead to a truce between licensed digital-asset activities and the DeFi world?