Two fintechs bring different approaches to e-payment in taxis, while PayMe waits in the wings.
Kiln, a crypto staking platform, wants to tokenize Ethereum validators, and then to add yields to stablecoins.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority is keen to see the eHKD embedded in retail and wholesale finance.
Arun Kini of Finastra says customer demands make it imperative for banks to embrace tech solutions.
And they want the central bank to mandate data sharing. But you can’t always get what you want.
Hong Fang of OKX has great expectations for centralized crypto exchanges becoming useful to DeFi.