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The US might be about to change its rules about cryptocurrencies, RegTech and digital banking in a big way.
As Covid-19 continues to wreak havoc in the global economy, FinTech companies have continued to raise capital. Here's what the rounds from the past seven days tell us.
Blockchain services company BitClave has agreed to pay back the proceeds of its unregistered initial coin offering (ICO) and settling charges brought on by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Keeping up with all the comings and goings of the FinTech space is far from easy, but don't worry. We've got you covered with the deals that sent shock waves across the sector in the last week.
The FinTech funding rounds over the past week show that the coronavirus continues to affect the sector. They also provide an opportunity to look closer at India's industry.
Stripe's whooping $600m Series G expansion wasn't the only investment round completed by a FinTech company over the last week.
After months of speculation, governmental hearings and partners abandoning the project, it seems as if the Facebook-led cryptocurrency Libra has taken a big step towards being recognised by regulators.
Why are anti-money laundering practices and background checks so contested among cryptocurrency exchanges?
Customer background checks have again become a hotly debated topic in the cryptocurrency world.
From: FinTech Global Despite coronavirus fears, the last week saw a number of FinTech companies raise money. From TierPoint's massive $320m round to Pruvo's $1.1m,...
One of the world’s biggest cryptocurrency exchanges might be about to introduce know your customer (KYC) procedures and people are not happy about it. Anonymity...