The EU will propose common standards for blockchain in an effort to create more clarity and encourage fintech innovation.
2018 will mark a new era for action due to a new EU directive — the Revised Payment Services Directive— that will go into effect in January.
Brexit “offers opportunities to attract new opportunities to our shores,” said Enda Kenny, head of Irish government.
Customers and providers that adopt the “as a service” model will find themselves relatively insulated from political winds — and perhaps better positioned for the wider evolution already underway.
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Some believe the blockchain technology that underpins digital Bitcoin currency is the future of financial transactions. If so, it could upend status-quo operations throughout the global industry by making money transfers cheaper and more secure. But according to the European ...