A new initiative seeks to help digital currencies shed their dodgy, Wild West origins and become acceptable to institutional investors.
The head of fintech investments at IFC, the private-sector arm of the World Bank, says bitcoin, not blockchain, is the important thing.
Jame and Dave discuss how and when blockchain makes sense and what challenges remain to broader adoption.
DTCC, the Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation, tests whether its blockchain initiative for repurchase agreements can go into operation.
Large state-owned banks in China feel compelled to do deals with leading internet companies such as Alibaba and Tencent.
Maggie Ng, ex-Citi MD, is launching a business, FinEX Asia, to connect U.S. online lending marketplaces to Asian investors.
Galileo Platforms, a fintech, says its blockchain will help insurers crack new markets at low cost.
Equities trading and execution experienced digital-technological disruption more than a decade ago, but it needs reinventing.
The startup hopes banks will want to join its network if it gains scale among remittance wallets.
Who can change the rules of a distributed ledger, and what happens when they try.