A visit to Toyota’s museum in Japan sheds some useful light on fintech.
And more from our roundup of recent fintech moves in Asia and around the world.
The A.I. company is now marketing its machine learning-based trading algos to global institutional investors.
Daiwa Capital Markets's Huayi Dong discusses how the firm is putting A.I. on the trading floor.
The bank partners with Broadridge to put investors’ votes at corporate AGMs onto distributed ledgers.
The Bitcoin-based, cross-border forex company is looking to expand into Asia.
Nomura's investment reaffirms the viability of the robo B2C business model in Asia, but with caveats.
Can Japan’s fintech and ecommerce giant tokenize its membership model?
JIAM, a consortium supported by the Tokyo governor, wants global asset-management B2B fintechs to consider doing business in Japan.
Jame DiBiasio argues that digital currencies are going to end up being taxed – and that is a good thing for the development of crypto-currencies.