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Swiss Regulator Promises Scrutiny of Blockchain Companies

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Switzerland’s financial regulator issued guidance on the money-laundering risks associated with blockchain technology following a call to action by a global standard-setter this year. The...
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Credit unions and Payrailz launch CU Payz – FinTech Futures

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Digital payments service, Payrailz is partnering with credit unions to launch its new credit union service organisation (CUSO), CU Payz. The new fintech partnership is...
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Online lenders make case for cash-flow data while acknowledging pitfalls

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A growing number of fintechs are becoming increasingly reliant on using alternative data like cash-flow analysis as a key underwriting tool, arguing the traditional bank...
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SEC Clears Blockstack to Hold First Regulated Token Offering

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The Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday cleared blockchain startup Blockstack to sell bitcoin-like digital tokens, a first-of-its-kind offering that could give young cryptocurrency businesses...
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Fidelity International begins exploring blockchain

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Fidelity International is exploring the use of blockchain technology, stoking expectations that the fund management company is mulling a foray into the cryptocurrency market. Staff...
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‘Take the froth out of the market’: How fintech would fare in a recession

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Looming trade wars, slowing job growth and a weary bond market are all signs of a potential recession, and venture capital investors are warning fintechs...