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What You Should Know About Banking as a Service

With the increasing prevalence of digital services across many industries, there has been an insurgence of new technologies reshaping the way many companies function, including those in banking. This rise in online services is opening older computer systems to the potential of startups, third-party access, and democratic data processes. These…

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Banking as a Service (BaaS) Report

Digital banking and challenger banks saw tremendous growth in 2019. From startup funding and user growth, to billion-dollar valuations, the banking market is thriving. Revolut, a UK based digital banking app expanded into new markets, drastically increased the size of their team, and has grown to at least 8 million…

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Sneak Peek of Hydrogen’s 2020 Roadmap

In 2019, we made tremendous improvements to our Atom and Molecule platforms. In previous posts (Atom highlights / Molecule highlights), we highlighted the key features and functionalities added to these platforms by our amazing product, design, and development teams.  These enhancements provided our customers and partners with a platform that…

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Hydrogen’s Fintech Trends for 2020

We had an amazing year in 2019. As we end the decade, our awesome team offers a glimpse into the future. We predict fintech trends for 2020. Hydrogen Head of Product & Co-Founder Based on conversations with current and prospective clients, partners, innovation labs, and industry veterans, here are the…

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BaaS to the Future: Upcoming Happy Hour & Report

There has been a rapid increase in Banking as a Service (BaaS), but what is it and why is it important? According to Business Insider, “BaaS is an end-to-end process that allows fintechs and other third parties to connect with banks' systems directly via APIs so they can build banking…

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Open Banking, A Global Outlook

Open banking refers to the use of open APIs that enable third-party developers to build applications and services on top of a particular financial institution or group of institutions. This is typically done via an initiative by a bank to open its APIs to third-parties and give those third-parties access…

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