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You are the robots

You are the robots | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
The banking industry puts an appealing spin on a future of contactless payments, branchless banking and cashless society. But it diverts your attention from the dark side of automated financial regimes, says Brett Scott
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Cash Is for Losers!

Cash Is for Losers! | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
Venmo's mash-up of mobile payments and social media is winning over millennials, making it a contender to shape digital payments' future
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Banking culture breeds dishonesty, scientific study finds

LONDON, Nov 19 (Reuters) - A banking culture that implicitlyputs financial gain above all else fuels greed and dishonestyand makes bankers more likely to cheat, according to thefindings of a scientific

 

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Why 31% of consumers may dump their bank

Why 31% of consumers may dump their bank | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
Sixty-five percent of US consumers would move to a different institution for Internet of Everything services, a Cisco study reveals.
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How safe is mobile banking? And how can you make it safer?

How safe is mobile banking? And how can you make it safer? | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
It's one of the modern conveniences that actually is convenient: banking on your cellphone. Forget to make a payment, or accidentally overdraw? You can fix it in a minute. But how safe is it, really?
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Wal-Mart Really Wants To Be Your Bank, Retailer Launches Mobile Checking Account

Wal-Mart Really Wants To Be Your Bank, Retailer Launches Mobile Checking Account | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
Wednesday Wal-Mart and prepaid card provider Green Dot launched GoBank, a mobile-first checking account that aims to serve the nation's under-banked.
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When Payment Processing Becomes A Commodity | TechCrunch

When Payment Processing Becomes A Commodity | TechCrunch | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
One of the big subjects of discussion in the banking industry earlier this year was the publication of the Millennial Disruption Index, stating that..
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Amazon expands middleman role in latest online payments push

Amazon expands middleman role in latest online payments push | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
Amazon.com Inc will start managing subscription payments for start-ups and other companies - the latest in a series of quiet moves the e-commerce giant has made into PayPal's turf over the past year.SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc will start managing subscription payments for start-ups and other companies - the latest in a series of quiet moves the e-commerce giant has made into PayPal's
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Amazon.com Inc will start managing subscription payments for start-ups and other companies - the latest in a series of quiet moves the e-commerce giant has made into PayPal's turf over the past year.

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Growing numbers of consumers embrace mobile banking

Growing numbers of consumers embrace mobile banking | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
As services evolve, it’s important to shop around to find the account that best meets transaction needs.
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Bitcoin Is Pointless as a Currency, But It Could Change the World Anyway | Wired Opinion | Wired.com

Bitcoin Is Pointless as a Currency, But It Could Change the World Anyway | Wired Opinion | Wired.com | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
Bitcoin’s boldest promise may lie not as a currency, but rather as a reboot of complex financial networks whose origins and practices trace back 500 years.
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How the Decline of Cash Makes America a Safer Country

How the Decline of Cash Makes America a Safer Country | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
Yet another reason to hate coins and bills: They're the lifeblood of the criminal underworld.
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Four types of people you’ll meet at the bitcoin market

Four types of people you’ll meet at the bitcoin market | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
The collapse of the Mt. Gox bitcoin exchange has been a speed bump for bitcoin, but the chaos has shed light on the opaque crypto-currency markets. Earlier this month, hackers published what is purported to be the exchange's trading data from 2011 through November 2013 in an effort to publicly expose any malfeasance. (Some users...
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Can Banks Master Disruptive Innovation?

Can Banks Master Disruptive Innovation? | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
A whirlwind of innovation activity is under way in FinTech, Innotribe/SWIFT is one of the key orchestrators.
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What’s your bank’s future look like? - Banking Exchange

What’s your bank’s future look like? - Banking Exchange | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it

Banks have a double challenge, says Ed O'Leary: coping with a changing business model and getting over reputation issues.

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Anyone Can Build a Bank

Anyone Can Build a Bank | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
Creating and launching a banking service has never been easier, according to Gartner research vice president Kristin Moyer. Speaking at Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2014 on the Gold Coast, Ms. Moyer said non-banks are absolutely changing the rules of the game. Mobile, social, cloud and APIs have opened the door for anyone to deliver banking services quickly
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Why 31% of consumers may dump their bank

Why 31% of consumers may dump their bank | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
Sixty-five percent of US consumers would move to a different institution for Internet of Everything services, a Cisco study reveals.
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Banks Refresh Perspectives on the Young and the Underbanked

Banks Refresh Perspectives on the Young and the Underbanked | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
More banks are competing for underserved customers and working to understand millennials as a group that s full of potential, according to speakers at a recent American Banker conference.
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How banks are switching their strategy in order to reach millennials

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Banking Vs. Google, Apple and Amazon

Banking Vs. Google, Apple and Amazon | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
Banks are worried about customer loyalty, competition from tech companies and seem to think more of the same is going to be different.
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Why Apple’s mobile-payments system might actually work

Why Apple’s mobile-payments system might actually work | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
Despite a lot of investment and even more hype, mobile payments haven't really taken off. While the idea of using a mobile phone or other device to quickly and securely pay for things sounds appealing, only between 3% and 7% of consumers in the US and Europe use their phones to buy coffee, books, or other physical goods in stores,...
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Is a cashless society on the cards?

Is a cashless society on the cards? | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
The easy availability of mobile payments and online shopping has led to a rise in cashless payments. But how far off is a truly cashless society?
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Richard Branson: Banking As We Know It Is In The Midst Of Enormous Change

Richard Branson: Banking As We Know It Is In The Midst Of Enormous Change | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
The British business mogul explains why he's investing in a Bitcoin company.
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What would a disruptive bank look like?

What would a disruptive bank look like? | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
A while back, I got into a to-and-fro on Twitter with Marc Andreessen and Chris Dixon about banking, which garnered a fair amount of interest and commentary1234, after Marc declared that he is "dyi...
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Google’s brilliant plan to get millions to adopt its e-money system: Gmail

Google’s brilliant plan to get millions to adopt its e-money system: Gmail | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
In May 2013, Google soft-launched a straightforward scheme for sending money to other people. It lets you connect Gmail with a Google Wallet account and send money to a friend for free (from a linked bank account) or for a small fee (from a credit card). While the service has been available since last summer to...
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One in Three of Americans Hasn’t Been to the Bank in at Least 6 Months - Real Time Economics - WSJ

One in Three of Americans Hasn’t Been to the Bank in at Least 6 Months - Real Time Economics - WSJ | The Future of Banking | Scoop.it
One in three Americans hasn’t been to the bank in the last six months, according to a new survey. People with lower incomes and less education visit bank and credit union branches less often, the Bankrate.com survey found.
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