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Jason Hulott is Business Development Director at Digital Marketing Specialists, Speedie Consultants. He is Google Partner certified. His role is to identify and implement traffic generating and revenue increasing ideas for our client base.

Fintech news review for 11th October

By Jason Hulott | Fintech News

High street bank NatWest begins trials of a biometric credit card. To make a contactless payment, the account holder presents the card to a terminal together with his or her fingerprint verification. A green light on the card confirms the transaction – which may be for up to £100 (compared to the current £30 limit). […]

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Fintech news review for 4th October

By Jason Hulott | Fintech News

The labour market is facing unprecedented change says a new report. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is likely to be the driving force behind 133 million new jobs across the world, while the UK alone can expect to see as many as 10.5 million jobs either automated or fundamentally changed by technology. Fintech Times. Fintech is changing […]

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Cryptocurrency WordPress Plugins

By Jason Hulott | CryptoCurrency

Displaying a wealth of cryptocurrency information on your site is much easier than it looks. These plugins will give your visitors useful data and you huge amounts of valuable content as you dip your toe into crypto. 1 Cryptocurrency Widgets – Price Ticker & Coins List By: Cool Plugins Generates simple lists of live coin […]

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Fintech news review for 27th September

By Jason Hulott | Fintech News

London-based Fintech company TransferWise continues to go from strength to strength, posting record post-tax profits for the third year in a row. By the end of its current financial year, the company posted £10.3 million in net profit, increasing last year’s strong performance by 66%. At £179 million, turnover has risen by some 53%. CNBC. […]

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Fintech News Review for 23rd September

By Jason Hulott | Fintech News

While the surge in new Fintech companies is fuelling a boom in cashless payments, traditional banks appear wary of joining the fray. They fear of losing trust in their brand and the service experience customers typically enjoy. Only about a half of banks plan to make full use of application programming interfaces (APIs). Fintech Global. […]

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Fintech Marketing Guide

By Jason Hulott | Fintech Marketing

Financial technology, Fintech, has only become possible since the adoption of digital technology. The term and concept entered the mainstream after the 2008 financial crash. Traditional institutions had failed, and the market was ripe for new technology-driven products. Big Data and AI may sound like buzz-words, but they have a role to play in the […]

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Fintech news review for 13th September

By Jason Hulott | Fintech News

The big payments processing company Stripe has launched a credit card for business account holders. This complements its growing package of online facilities, which recently saw the addition of business loans to its basic payments processing facility. Stripe. The UK’s Fintech banking service Monzo has launched a “blocking” service, which stops account holders overspending on […]

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Fintech news review for 6th September

By Jason Hulott | Fintech News

Following the discovery that half of all 22 to 29 year-olds have no savings at all, mobile bankers Tandem have launched a “Savetember” campaign to encourage young adults to save more. The bank is encouraged that mobile bankers are probably keener to save than others, with almost half of them saving regularly each month. Tandem. […]

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Beginners Guide to Crowdfunding

By Jason Hulott | Crowdfunding

There used to be clear paths to follow when raising business capital. You could speak to the bank manager, or if you needed more, you could try to get on the calendar of a Venture Capitalist. Either way, you’d present your idea, show your business plan, perhaps even show a product, and they would decide. […]

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