R3 hopes to break even with Corda enterprise upgrade

DigFin reported in the spring that R3 was changing its membership and fee structure. So what's come of it?
http://www.digitalfinancemedia.com/blog/2017/11/22/dianrong/

Can Dianrong replicate credit risk management abroad?

Accessing data is one of several challenges big Chinese P2P players face if they try to export their models overseas.

Bankledger struggles to expand blockchain collateral network

The Shenzhen-based fintech has one local bank using it for mortgages but initiative needs more participants to survive.

Standard Chartered cautiously seeds the cloud

The bank has begun running one app on a vendor’s cloud, with more to come – within strict parameters regarding security.
http://www.digitalfinancemedia.com/blog/2017/03/29/kb-kookmin-cards/

Big data gets KB Kookmin Card big market share

KB Kookmin Cards told DigFin it was using big-data analytics to grow its revenues – so what's next?

Banks seek more input into HKMA’s API plans

In the run-up to Hong Kong Monetary Authority’s setting an API policy, consumer banks are jostling to make themselves heard.
http://www.digitalfinancemedia.com/blog/2017/02/24/wave-money/

Wave Money adds bank relationships in Myanmar

Commercial banks KBZ and CB join the money-transfer app's network.
http://www.digitalfinancemedia.com/blog/2017/10/25/hkma-mas/

Five takeaways from the HKMA-MAS trade-finance DLT deal

Why HKMA’s announcement about teaming up with MAS for a trade finance blockchain is a big deal, what could go wrong, and what’s to come.

Where Citi sees blockchain working – and where it doesn’t

Morgan McKenney, a leader in Citi’s internal innovation efforts, says blockchain can improve cross-border payments but is skeptical about its revolutionizing trade finance or correspondent banking.
http://www.digitalfinancemedia.com/blog/2017/10/16/cba-quantum/

CBA embarks on quest for quantum supremacy

Commonwealth Bank of Australia explains its work with hardware and software specialists in quantum computing.

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Capital Match moves in on H.K. invoices

Capital Match says it will open doors in Hong Kong in January 2018.

Artificial intelligence: as explained by Eberhard Schoneburg

A.I. is in high demand – but often fails to live up to its promises. Eberhard Schoneburg explains how it works and why A.I. doesn’t always deliver.
http://www.digitalfinancemedia.com/blog/2017/12/13/velotrade/

Velotrade seeks SME invoices to add to factoring platform

The Hong Kong-based company is taking steps to grow its electronic network for buying and selling invoices.
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