Fintech and Modern services
FinTech has been sweeping the financial industry in recent years, offering new products and services and changing the way customers interact with banks. Even so, most banks haven’t been able to keep up with the rapid pace at which FinTech has evolved. Our articles will explore the most common challenges that banks face, explore which banking solutions are best for overcoming these challenges, and take a look at the services that FinTech has made possible.
Fintech and its Relation to Traditional Banking
The financial services industry is constantly evolving and changing thanks to new technologies and fintech startups. These changes have brought the banking sector up against new competitors and new opportunities. Most notably, the rise ofThe ch…290
The Relation of Fintech and its Digital Providers
Fintech is the intersection between financial services and technology. As new banking technologies continue to emerge, it’s imperative that financial institutions stay ahead of the curve to stay relevant. The industry is also under constant…254
Financial Technology and Crypto-currencies
It seems like every day there is another news story telling us about another major financial institution that is looking into incorporating cryptocurrency into their businesses. There’s been the announcement of a global alliance of banks that…274
Financial Technology and Remittance
There is a growing trend of working overseas and living in other countries. According to a World Bank report, the number of people living outside their country of origin has risen to 222 million in 2012. Working overseas or living in other…241
Fintech and Trading from Home
Do you crave the thrill of the markets, but want to do it from the privacy of your home? Fintech and trading from home can be a great option for you. It can offer the excitement of trading stocks and bonds, as well as the privacy of your own…285
What is the Connection Between Crowd-funding and Fintech?
The fintech revolution is disrupting the financial services industry and challenging long-held industry practices. Traditional banks are under pressure from new technologies that offer services that are cheaper, faster, and more convenient. But…273