TFU | May 7-13

The NYSE’s parent is developing a Bitcoin trading platform; Bloomberg created a cryoto index; Apple and Goldman announced a new credit card; Australia adoted Open Banking rules; the IOSCO created a “Fintech Network”; and Robinhood raised $363M.

TFU | April 16-22

VCs are lobbying the SEC for a crypto token safe harbor; digital banks are supporting changes to the CRA; Zelle has become a favorite tool for fraudsters; the SEC subpoenaed Riot Blockchain; Facebook launched new privacy permissions for EU users; and the EU changed its AML rules to better regulate cryptocurrencies.

TFU | Feb. 12-19

Telegram raised $850M; Coinbase won’t allow new credit cards; the FCA wants to expand its sandbox; Australia went live with its RTP system; Monzo may try to enter the U.S.; and CNBC looks into Riot Blockchain.

TFU | Jan. 22-28

The SEC is on “high alert” for ICOs; the CFTC sued My Big Coin for an alleged Ponzi scheme; Coincheck was hacked for over $500M; Coinbase brought in over $1B in 2017; and blockchain was buzzy at Davos this year.

TFU | Nov. 13 – 19

U.S. Fed governor talks banks and fintech; Synchrony buys $6B in PayPal loans; U.S. banks set up a vendor management JV; U.S. banks finally get real-time payments; Coinbase rolls out custodial services; and Kabbage gets $200M from Credit Suisse. Plus, what’s the Big Idea with global regulators and ICOs?

TFU | Oct. 16-22

The CFPB outlined new consumer data-sharing principles; J.P. Morgan Chase is buying WePay; IBM and J.P. Morgan are both working DLT cross-border payments projects; you can now use Venmo to pay online; and PayPal’s market cap is now bigger than that of AmEx.