Royal Bank of Scotland has applied for a German banking licence to help it retain clients in the European Union in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
European Blockchain HUB and Nispana are inviting and welcoming experts on blockchain from different stakeholder groups, entities, and individuals from all around the globe.
Coinbase has launched its cryptocurrency trading platform in more markets as the firm plans an "aggressive" international push next year.
After the deadly terrorist shooting in France’s famous Strasbourg Christmas market, the U.K.’s Metropolitan Police are testing facial recognition on Christmas shoppers.
Google Payment Lithuania UAB has just received an Electronic Money Institution license from the Bank of Lithuania.
The United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia have started developing fintech for cross-border settlements, including a digital currency project, according to the UAE’s central bank governor.
London based fintech Shieldpay has agreed a partnership with Visa to deliver secure card payments across peer to peer marketplaces and classified ad sites.
Germany’s second-largest stock exchange, Boerse Stuttgart Group, is set to launch a cryptocurrency trading platform in the first half of 2019.
U.S. government believes quantum computing, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things pose an “emerging threat” to its national security.
Calgary has announced to become the first Canadian city to launch a digital version of its local currency.
Finger vein payments technology is to be introduced campus-wide at Copenhangen Business School by Nordic payments processor Nets and UK biometrics company Sthaler.
U.S. banks and other financial firms are projecting higher spending on cybersecurity as they face bigger threats and more attacks.
Google and Microsoft researchers have recently called for regulation of “oppressive” facial recognition technology.
British peer-to-peer lender Zopa has obtained a U.K. banking license, clearing a key hurdle in its bid to launch a digital bank and compete with industry giants.
The Big Issue, in collaboration with iZettle is launching trials to allow its magazine sellers to accept payments with contactless technology.
Ohio has a message for blockchain enthusiasts: The Buckeye State wants your business.
Mobile banking customers at Lloyds Bank, Halifax and Bank of Scotland will now be able to track their spending on Google Maps thanks to a new app integration.
Why has e-commerce in China continued to grow despite an overall economic slowdown in conjunction with urban market saturation?
The firm is looking to make Amazon Pay to the real world, according to the Wall Street Journal.
With new technological developments, the growing demand for digital banking is an opportunity for both incumbent banks and fintech companies.