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Daily Fintech Series Roundup: Top Fintech News, Analytics and Insights 26th October 2022

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Wemade Plans to Direct More Effort to Global Blockchain Business, Including in the Middle East

Wemade is targeting the Middle East region for its global blockchain business. Wemade opened its branch in Dubai, UAE this May, and it was a part of Wemade’s blockchain business expansion. Wemade is the first Korean gaming company to have a branch in Dubai.

Quility Insurance Announces Partnership With NFL Alumni Association

Quility, an award-winning insurtech company, announced its partnership with the National Football League Alumni Association (NFLA), one of the oldest, most well-known, and well-respected retired player organization in professional sports. During this partnership, Quility will be the official life insurance provider of the NFLA.

SWBC Mortgage Corporation Welcomes New CTO

SWBC Mortgage Corporation announced today that Paul Gorske has been appointed Chief Technology Officer (CTO). He brings 20 years of experience in IT leadership position – 15 of which were spent in the mortgage industry.

OrBit and BlockFills Execute the First American Barrier Derivative on Bitcoin

OrBit Markets, an institutional liquidity provider in crypto options and structured products, has executed the first American barrier (“One-Touch”) product with BlockFills, a fast-growing global digital asset trading and financial technology company.

Western Union in Mali Reactivates Money Transfer Services to and from ECOWAS Countries

Western Union announced that it has relaunched money transfer services for customers in Mali seeking to send and receive money from the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). The move reinforces Western Union’s commitment to Mali and to enabling cross-border money movement for customers in the country.

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