Will Beeson pulls together clips from past episodes of Rebank to look more closely at the move to component front-, middle- and back-end layers to replace proprietary pieces of the financial services technology stack.
For bitcoin to be considered for money laundering, it has to be defined into an asset class, says Faisal Khan, but evidence suggests Pakistan doesn't regulate bitcoin.
Kenyans don’t trust banks, says Chris Skinner, but more importantly banks are not competing effectively, and MNOs (and M-Pesa) are sweeping up.
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