It is done! The 1st cohort of Startupbootcamp FinTech 2015 Singapore had its Demo Day last Wednesday in Gardens By the Bay, Singapore, where the 11 FinTech teams graduated from the 3 months program. With more than 650 attendees it was by far the largest Demo Day of its kind in Asia, and hell yeah, it was a great afternoon (read more here if you couldn’t make it).
On July 16, the U.S. Treasury Department finally made a move that many fintech professionals have expected – and some dreaded – for years. They issued a Request for Information (RFI) for online marketplaces.
Following on the heels of last week's American Banker conference, the inaugural Keynote 2015 echoed many of that event's larger themes, emphasizing the blockchain as a potentially universal solution for a variety of use cases beyond payments.
Trade body Innovate Finance has teamed up with the Open University to offer an online course on financial technology, or fintech, pitched at executives.
In a new report released by research and advisory firm Celent, the author John Dwyer says to expect financial regulation to become automated as the markets become more and more technology focused.
We hear a lot about how software is helping organizations innovate and find new product offerings, what does that mean for a company that has always been in the business of selling
In a coming of age for Sydney's fintech scene, 100 entrepreneurs will turn up to work for the first time at 50 Bridge Street on Monday morning as Stone & Chalk opens its doors.