CME’s bitcoin futures will be based on a “Bitcoin Reference Rate,” which the company describes as “a once-a-day reference rate” based on the US-dollar price of the coins.
ACI Worldwide's Fraud Strategy & Solutions specialist Jay Floyd spoke with Global Finance Editor Andrea Fiano on the sideline of Sibos 2017 regarding the massive rise in financial fraud across the world and how ACI is using machine learning technology to identify behavior patterns to detect and minimize fraud.
CFOs and corporate banking vendors are looking at end-to-end digitization and technology solutions to make payments more efficient and effective.
Snap’s IPO had plenty of takers, even if the shares came without any power to influence corporate governance. Who were the buyers, and are they getting rooked?