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Plug and Play Fintech Components

According to the Oxford English dictionary, the definition of plug and play is: Denoting or relating to software or devices that are intended to work perfectly when first used or connected, without reconfiguration or adjustment by the user. Why shouldn't fintech components be as plug and play as connecting a…

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How Banks & Fintechs Are Using PFM

The average person has multiple financial accounts to juggle, from credit cards, to mortgages, and checking accounts. These days, an individual's personal finances are often a complex web. Keeping track of the various strands of the web is essential for reaching financial goals and achieving financial stability. Personal financial management…

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How White Label Banking Is Changing Fintech

Financial technology (fintech) companies are coming up with innovative ways to help people and businesses manage their money. As of February 2020, there were 8,775 fintech startups in North America. Fintechs are playing an increasingly significant role in the financial world. For instance, fintechs now grant well over a third…

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The Top 20 Challenger Banks

Challenger banks are online, internet, or digital banks. They are competing against more traditional, incumbent banks, which is where they get the name “challenger” from. These challenger banks are hard at work across the world, using digital technology to disrupt traditional banking business models and streamline retail or small business…

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Hydrogen Integrates with AWS’ KMS

A Key Management Service (KMS) is vitally important to provide secure hosting and cryptography services to help you encrypt and protect sensitive PII from clients with keys. Hydrogen integrates major cloud based KMS solutions into our integration framework, making them compatible with both our Atom centralized fintech library, and Molecule…

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Fintech in Brazil Has a Bright Future

Financial technology, or fintech, is on the verge of a breakthrough in Brazil in 2020. In late November 2019, Brazil’s Central Bank set out draft rules for open banking, intending to phase in the rules during the second half of 2020. These new regulations make substantial changes to the way existing…

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