The premise of cryptocurrency seems innocuous enough – and oh so logical in an era when credit cards, PayPal and instant electronic transfers have made paying for goods and services with cold, hard cash an increasingly uncommon occurrence.Write comment (0 Comments)
I hacked together my first computer game at 12 years old. The game I wanted didn’t exactly exist on the obscure 8-bit computer my father gave me, so I pieced one together – one built just for me, just the way I wanted it to be.Write comment (0 Comments)
This is not your usual fintech. With over 1,300 staff located in 12 offices across eight countries, this ASX200 company saw its share price more than double in 2018.Write comment (0 Comments)
Hidden away in the latest EY FinTech Australia census are some eye-opening figures which underline the need for leadership and change in a key area of Australia’s financial services industry.Write comment (0 Comments)
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said growing complexity in financial services has made it tough for customers to compare prices and products but open banking will help overcome this by ensuring banks present information in a standardised and simpler way. He sees it as a policy aiming to facilitate account switching and stir competition.Write comment (0 Comments)
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