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Will AI Change Banking for Good?

Source: A recent study of 34 major banks across several geographies (US, EU, Singapore, Africa, Australia, India) by MEDICI Team found that 27 out of these 34 banks have implemented AI in their front-office functions in the form of chatbots, virtual assistants, and digital

What Token Investors Foresee for the Future of ICOs

Bulls. Bears. Regulation. Fear. Uncertainty & doubt. All of these are synonymous with traders’ experiences in the markets. All are amplified when applied to the experience in the cryptocurrency market. With a solid 18 months of exponential growth in the cryptocurrency market, investors looking to

Democratization of Startup Financing

Over 11,000 FinTech startups are operating around the world across 15+ segments, with payments and lending startups consistently being among the most funded and represented. In the past decade, average deal sizes have grown significantly for startups in late-stage rounds, while seed-stage companies possibly lost

Ukrainian Authorities Are Not Planning to Regulate Crypto Mining

The State Service for Special Communication and Information Protection of Ukraine has said that it is not planning to regulate cryptocurrency mining, news portal reported June 25. In response to an official request for information by the Better Regulation Delivery Office’s (BRDO), the representatives

Zelle Usage Continues to Grow Amidst Security Concerns

P2P payments – one of the key segments where FinTechs have significantly dominated the banks. The PayPals, Venmos, and Paytms of the world have been enjoying their lead in their respective markets. However, the US payments market is witnessing a comeback story – the one

[Insur]Tech: Reimagining the Insurance Industry in APAC

The global insurance industry will grow more strongly than the global economy in 2018 and 2019, Munich Re predicts in its latest outlook. “This year and next, we expect global premium to grow by more than €460 billion in all. This is equivalent to average