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Daily Fintech Series Roundup: Top Fintech News, Analytics and Insights

Daily Fintech Series Roundup: Top Fintech News, Analytics and Insights 1st March 2023

FTS Daily Roundup starts today! We are covering the top updates from around the world. The updates will feature state-of-the-art capabilities in Fintech insights, Trending fintech news, Crypto, Fintech SaaS, Fintech Cloud, Analytics and AI ML. We will cover the role of FTS Daily Roundup and its application in various industries and daily.

nChain and FinTEK Announce Strategic Collaboration

nChain, a world leader in Web3 and blockchain innovation, announced a strategic collaboration with the Centre for Finance, Technology and Economics at Keio (FinTEK) at the Institute for Economic Studies, Faculty of Economics, Keio University, a leading research institution in Tokyo, Japan.

Ironblocks Launches Blockchain-Native Security Solution for Web3 and DeFi Protocols

Ironblocks, a blockchain-native cybersecurity firm, announced the launch of the first phase of its end-to-end security suite, a solution that aims to set a new security standard for Web3 and decentralized finance (DeFi) projects.

INX Announces Integration with Polygon

The INX Digital Company, Inc., a broker-dealer and inter-dealer broker, has announced its full support of the Polygon Blockchain for secondary listings on INX.One – the world’s first and only fully-regulated, end-to-end platform for listing and trading both SEC-registered security tokens and cryptocurrencies.

Hashkey Group And Slowmist Collaborate To Develop Innovative And Safe Digital Asset Services

In order to work together on cutting-edge security technology research, digital asset ecosystem security, anti-money laundering for digital assets, and other technology disciplines, HashKey Group and SlowMist are happy to announce their strategic cooperation.

CFPB Investigates Illegal Collecting of Discharged Student Loan Payments

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) today issued a bulletin reminding servicers of their duty to stop illegal behaviour with regard to private student loans that have been dismissed by bankruptcy courts and urging them to do so immediately. In a recent advisory, CFPB investigators discovered that certain loan servicers were improperly sending loans back to collections after bankruptcy courts had discharged them.

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