TFU | Oct. 23-29

J.P. Morgan launched a new digital bank for millennials. Zelle partnered with IBM. The U.K. said that crypto-currencies are a “low risk” for terrorist financing. The DTCC published a white paper on the current state of fintech. And what’s the Big Idea with America’s fintech lag? Plus, Happy Halloween!

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.