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Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders want regulators to stop penalizing legitimate vendors hired by marijuana businesses left in a legal gray area between state and federal law.
In round one, it all came down to cost of capital, but soon a second wave of fintech firms will properly exploit their technological advantage.
Banks and credit unions often cite "reputational risk'' as a reason for not working with cannabis businesses but research shows there is little risk they would be stigmatized.
The best of breed Fintech disruptors are embracing the banks and working with them.
In a Facebook post on Monday, the senator criticized Wells Fargo & Co.'s decision.
More than 18 months after Apple Pay took the United States by storm, the smartphone giant has made only a small dent in the global payments market, snagged by technical challenges, low consumer take-up and resistance from banks.
The cybersecurity guru says that government needs to find a way to work with companies like Bitcoin.
Initially, transactions will be conducted using a one-time pin number sent to a user's device.
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The new bank and app are proving that artistry and finance are not mutually exclusive.
Debit-card security compromises at ATMs were up this year -- by a lot.
The groundbreaking license granted to cryptocurrency exchange itBit signifies a momentous stride forward in the race to legitimize the fledgling digital currency.
Online lenders are attractive because business owners know time, not money, is their most precious resource.
Dodd-Frank has weakened community banks, a lifeline for many small businesses.
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