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UK banking start-up seeks funding from equity sale and loan issue
US regulator accuses messaging app of violating federal securities law
Your iPhone can turn you into a criminal, it turns out.?
When my phone died I couldn’t prove that I had bought a bus ticket with Apple Pay
Bruce Carnegie-Brown to chair specialist car insurer to ‘understand ways of digital market’
Branching into loans seems risky but will help fintech to keep its customers on side
Class action lawsuit filed against Tether and Bitfinex by the same lawyers who sued Craig Wright.
The country’s mandatory military service churns out many highly trained engineers each year
All served up with a sprinkling of magical blockchain dust, naturally.
Sunil Chandra, an ex-Google executive, will lead technology division at the UK start-up
The Financial Conduct Authority is increasingly taking a tough line
Group attracts strong financial backing despite never having made a profit
Fintech scene ‘not winner takes all, but winner takes most’
Machine learning will implement quant analysis to find the right stocks
Report says cuts greatest in back offices, branches and call centres?
Investors should insist the next revolution brings fintech valuations solidly back? to earth
No one seemed to question whether the interests of banks were really aligned with those of start-ups
Ay, ay, a scratch, a scratch.
FT Alphaville analysis shows several staff members sold shares during 2018.
Despite the cautious arrroach by entrepreneurs and investors, investment levels are growing
US group acquires 70% of Gopay, beating Visa and Mastercard to market
ICE introduces deliverable futures, and crypto crashes.?
Chinese tech giant will own 33% of $150bn payments affiliate
Retail banks hyper-target customers with personalised products and perks. Plus: how AI is cutting the cost of insurance claims; digital upstarts eye US banks’ core services; Singapore takes ‘cutting edge’ stance to expand finance hub; blockchain's failed promise; Islamic fintech pioneers seek growth through creativity
Lenders take a lead from subscription services that make recommendations based on user behaviour