Over the past twelve months, through a combination of regulatory intervention (think GDPR) and private company snafus (think Facebook), data protection has quite rightly become a subject of scrutiny and public discussion across the the
The Economist this week unabashedly published the headline, "Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies are Useless." The article's thesis asserted that the decentralized, digital currencies are little more than a trap - or goldmine - for speculators,
Access to credit is a key element of financial inclusion, and over the past five years has become one of the most visible aspects of the enormous strides that have been made in its name.
Impact investing, or an investment strategy that weighs both financial and social returns at least somewhat equally, has historically latched onto microfinance as a proxy to nurse financial inclusion. As fintech increasingly becomes more synonymous
Apple's recent earnings call grabbed a lot of headlines, and the resulting momentum has nudged the company towards hitting an unprecedented US$1 trillion valuation. Buried a little deeper in the weeds, however, was another
Sometimes it feels the only thing more overhyped than blockchain is Bitcoin, the notorious cryptocurrency built on top of it, oftentimes to the exasperation of those working on the digital architecture side of the equation.
Just a few years ago, Human Centered Design (HCD) was widely considered a key element in the development of DFC products and services, and featured prominently in industry discussions about the development of digital finance.
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