Category : News

News / International - 2019 years ago

Fintech News Issue #199

Young 2019 already has some great stories in store. Find out what happened in fintech during the past week. – Michael and the FinTech Weekly team

News / International - 2019 years ago

Fintech News Issue #129

The end of fintech as we know it is around the corner with the boundaries between banks and fintechs vanishing. Also: blockchain explained so that anyone can understand and the fintech god particle. Enjoy the news roundup and stay tuned for next week...

News / International - 2019 years ago

Fintech News Issue #130

Blockchain has become the new hotspot for spam, scams and phishing. How to make friends with fintech and why banks should be afraid of Amazon and Facebook. Enjoy another issue of FinTech Weekly.

News / International - 2019 years ago

Fintech News Issue #176

In 1999, Anthony Kiedis of the Red Hot Chili Peppers sang about a “Parallel Universe”, unencumbered by the natural laws of the known universe. Around the same time, banks were dealing with the most disruptive technology shift since the introduction o...

News / International - 2019 years ago

Fintech News Issue #200

200 issues. 200 weeks of fintech with FinTech Weekly. We're thankful for such a long period of being part of this fascinating industry. We're not giving away anything for our anniversary ... but endless gratitude! Enjoy this very special issue. See y...

News / International - 2019 years ago

Fintech News Issue #157

February is in the books and so is the era of unregulated crypto assets. AI continues to be one of these buzzwords but slowly makes its way into practice. This and a lot more in this week's issue. Enjoy! – Michael and the FinTech Weekly team

News / International - 2019 years ago

Fintech News Issue #132

Sorry. We cannot not include tons and tons blockchain-related articles. Not possible. The upside: they are still highly relevant. Go for it, give blockchain another chance. Thanks for reading! – Michael and the FinTech Weekly team

News / International - 2019 years ago

Fintech News Issue #158

The next financial crisis cannot possibly be triggered by digital disruption. Or can it? Blockchain, after having gotten used to it, has revealed quite a few weak points and Amazon might be offering checking accounts soon. Enjoy another week of news...

News / International - 2019 years ago

Fintech News Issue #133

Here comes the love train. APIs will shape the future of the financial services landscape. How to navigate through the financial storms – and we would like to ask a little favor of you. But first, learn what the past week held news-wise. Thanks for r...

News / International - 2019 years ago

Fintech News Issue #159

Payment trends, how fintechs help banks and are starting to behave like them. This and more to get updated on the industry's developments in this issue of FinTech Weekly. – Michael and the FinTech Weekly team.

News / International - 2019 years ago

Fintech News Issue #134

We were Kings. GAFA are posing major threat to banks. How to prepare for the age of AI and so much more. Enjoy another issue of FinTech Weekly. – Michael and the FinTech Weekly team

News / International - 2019 years ago

Fintech News Issue #178

Shout-out to all those people in big banks actually getting $h!t done! A much needed reality check about blockchain and Europe as a fintech hub. Enjoy yet another issue of your weekly fintech news summary. – Michael and the FinTech Weekly team

News / International - 2019 years ago

Fintech News Issue #179

People are still wondering if fintech is just a hype. Now they've examined 6 key sectors to answer this mystical question. Chris Skinner wonders if we need a blockchain and why you should or should not be planning like a banker. Also: Conference seas...

News / International - 2019 years ago

Fintech News Issue #160

Is the future uncertain for the fintech industry? How will quantum computers make all our current digital security measures look like a joke? And how will Amazon shake the banking industry? All these questions will (almost) be answered in this issue....