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By now, many of us have heard of the infamous virtual currency, Bitcoin. With a steady rise in both awareness and especially value as of late, it’s only fitting that India's first Bitcoin conference would be held in due time.
Common wisdom says that COBOL should have died years ago, but the language that sits at the heart of financial systems is still around, and making moves into the cloud.
Users can use the card at stores accepting Mastercard, or withdraw cash from ATMs. For now, it's available only in the U.S. and is free with no monthly or annual charges.
Payments giants believes digital wallets could beat out Bitcoin and social payments to become the biggest payment innovation since credit cards and ATMs.
Last week, JP Morgan announced on its Twitter feed that it would do an open Q&A using the #AskJPM hashtag. It was canceled due to epic, highly informed, trolling.
Cardlytics on HP Vertica powers millions of swiftly tailored marketing offers to bank card consumers
Debit-card marketing services provider, Cardlytics,in adopting a new analytics platform, gained huge data analysis capacity, vastly reduced query times, and swiftly met customer demands at massive scale.
With just 12 months under its belt, Pocketbook can now add $500,000 to its bankroll following keen interest from local backers.
Credit Union Australia has completed its two year core banking upgrade that moved the bank over to Tata's BaNCS platform.
A Wall Street Journal article says that in the face of mounting regulatory scrutiny, big banks are considering blocking their employees from chat rooms that are a common tool of traders.
Customers of Citibank's online services in Singapore report experiencing problems logging into their online accounts after the bank implemented a system upgrade over the weekend.
Private sector support for RealMe could help turn it into the default New Zealand standard.
National Australia Bank claims better project management through agile methodology
Changing customer dynamics, changing colleague dynamics, and digitisation demand that financial institutions change.
Along with mobile, peer-to-peer (P2P) lending is a major potential disruptor to the banking and financial services sector.
A 10-year HP mega-sourcing contract is also under review at the bank.