Fintech News Issue #193 November 22nd, 2018

As banking changes, neo-banks are on the rise, Bradley Leimer on the current state of fintech and how the SEC hasn't understood crypto. Enjoy another issue of FinTech Weekly. – Michael and the FinTech Weekly team

Top Stories

    After the financial crisis 10 years ago, unhappy customers were expected to flee the megabanks for smaller competitors.

    Fintech is showing that you can take a look at revenue in different ways. Innovations decrease friction in banking and the industry’s reliance on fees, which comes with that. The Fintech ecosystem acts as a foil to excessive fees—a way to finally develop an alternative path.

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has been gone to significant lengths in an attempt to understand the crypto asset space. This effort is to be applauded. However, the SEC has failed to come to terms with one fundamental aspect of crypto assets and systems.

Top Events

    FinTech World Forum 2018 (FinTech Conference) is based in London UK Europe as one of leading fintech events for global financial, blockchain, crypto currency, payments and banking technology industry.

    December 6th, 11 am ET: Can AI be the solution for hyper-personalized claims experience at scale? Join Chubb and Farmers Insurance in the live webinar “Humanising Insurance Claims with Artificial Intelligence” discussing how AI is transforming claims from a necessary back-office function into a source of competitive advantage.

    Future Digital Finance brings together some of the brightest minds at American’s most innovative financial institutions. Our content will give you the actionable strategies you need to meet changing consumer expectations and to create meaningful long term relationships with your customers. Innovation doesn’t happen overnight. Get started on the future of finance today!

FinTech Articles

Podcasts & Videos

    Bitcoin’s latest plunge gives investors reason to weigh how it compares with some of history’s greatest asset bubbles. After an almost 60-fold increase in three years to nearly $20,000, the world’s biggest digital coin has now tumbled more than 75 percent from its peak.

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