Quantum computing’s threat to encryption may be realized before banks are ready.
Jame and Dave discuss two RegTech companies that caught the eye of Citi in a competition held in Singapore.
Taiger, a Singapore-based artificial intelligence company, is completing its first financing round to grow its staff and open new offices.
Face-recognition security startup hopes Citi demo-day win will open sales doors.
Dave and Jame discuss the strategy at India's biggest fintech company.
The head of fintech investments at IFC, the private-sector arm of the World Bank, says bitcoin, not blockchain, is the important thing.
Fang Yihan, CEO at the Beijing-based company, tells DigFin her goals for 2020.
Jame and Dave discuss how and when blockchain makes sense and what challenges remain to broader adoption.
Paytm, India’s digital wallet and e-commerce giant, officially launched a bank and is in the process of on-boarding tens of millions of customers.
Quantum computing's implications for financial services are strange and distant, but also profound.
DTCC, the Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation, tests whether its blockchain initiative for repurchase agreements can go into operation.