It’s a machine that many people love to hate. What will it take to improve the experience of the self-checkout? Source: BBC – Future – The unpopular rise of self-checkouts (and how to fix them)
The Conference of State Bank Supervisors announced a raft of initiatives on Wednesday designed to make the state licensing system more attractive to fintech companies. Source: States move to obviate fintech charter | American Banker
It’s important to keep in mind that this is a sales pitch, but it is interesting viewing nonetheless.
We are living in an age in which the behavioral sciences have become inescapable. The findings of social psychology and behavioral economics are being employed to determine the news we read, the products we buy, the cultural and intellectual spheres we inhabit, and the human networks, online and in real life, of which we are…
Hogan Lovells attorneys Aaron Cutler and Loyal Horsley authored a three-part series on U.S. fintech regulation, appearing in Banking Technology. The final installment provides an overview of state-level fintech regulation and the proposed legislative solutions aimed at increasing coordination between the various agencies.
Here’s a thought-piece on the present and future regulation of distributed-ledger technology written by colleagues Jeff Stehm and Joe Oehmke.
At the onset of the U.K.’s International Fintech Conference, Philip Hammond of Her Majesty’s Treasury says that as the U.K. prepares for Brexit, its designation as the top place to build a fintech firm “can become an even stronger advantage as we build a global Britain where we can take our talent and ideas to…