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Lendit Fintech Show
The content leaders of LendIt Fintech discuss the biggest fintech news stories, today, starting with ConsenSys raised $450 million in a funding round where Microsoft was an investor and jumps into the cryptocurrency ecosystem.
Is Artificial Intelligence (AI) a perpetually emerging technology, a mirage in the horizon we will never really reach? Tune in to a discussion on what it means to work with AI and data in a regulated financial institution.
The emerging crypto blockchain game Overlord, claims to be the first mobile RPG game to integrate NFT's successfully. Overlord will enable players to enjoy and experience this NFT integration with just a phone.
Dubai based multimedia artist Amrita Sethi is part of the booming NFT crypto sector, with her latest piece of 3D animation selling for over US$100,000. Learn how Dubai is embracing emerging tech to power the city’s future.
If the future of banking is in platforms, what does that mean in the latest fintech hype: Embedded Finance? If both supply and distribution of banking services is being disrupted, will banks soon be a dumb pipe?
The content leaders of LendIt Fintech discuss the biggest fintech news stories of the past week starting, this week, with a new Amazon buy now pay later partnership which should worry banks and credit cards.
Divvy CEO Blake Murray discusses how he built a multi-billion dollar fintech company in such a short amount of time, leadership lessons he's learned, and the future of Divvy following its $2.5B acquisition by Bill.com.
PayChex launched in 1971 and went public in 1983. Martin Mucci, PayChex president and CEO, joins 'TechCheck' to discuss the 50 years of FinTech and how he's thinking about the buy now, pay later (BNPL) space.
For the time being, the crypto tax reporting provision of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act has been rejected, and the Senate blocked the amendment in the infrastructure bill. So, what does the future hold?