Independent Reserve, a centralized exchange, plans to get ASIC licensing next to help institutionalize crypto.
Technology and regulation are recreating the value proposition for Chinese insurers and their distribution forces.
Crypto players are the worst affected among small-business struggles to access bank accounts, but open banking might help.
Markus Mueller of Deutsche Bank Wealth Management details what must happen before private banks can add crypto-currencies to client portfolios.
In the run-up to Hong Kong Monetary Authority’s setting an API policy, consumer banks are jostling to make themselves heard.
Why HKMA’s announcement about teaming up with MAS for a trade finance blockchain is a big deal, what could go wrong, and what’s to come.
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.
The CEO of BTCC, a Bitcoin exchange in Shanghai, says his vision for the company is to offer traditional banking services.
How are regulators such as Monetary Authority of Singapore defining initial coin offerings (ICOs), and what does that mean for investors – and for fintech startups?
The move seeks to discourage low-quality or fraudulent fundraising in Singapore.