Whenever a technology trend hits the peak of hype cycle, it seems like the technology can even solve world hunger. Evangelists start piling on the benefits that the new technology brings. Blockchain is experiencing this problem as well... Read my Finextra blog
Read this article that was published by Banking Exchange. It explains a framework for prioritizing blockchain use cases and make choices in allocating your scarce innovation capital.
Read this article that was published by Paymentssource (sister publication of American Banker). It makes the case for banks to become their own Token Service Providers for the cards they issue in the long rum.
I invite you to read my recent Finextra blog. I would love to hear your comments
Read this finextra blog if you are interested in blockchains. It addresses a central question that many people are asking - will there be intermediaries in the blockchain world which is supposed to empower peer to peer cutting out middlemen.
While everyone is talking about real time and digital (electronic) payments, read this contrarian blog on finextra.
This blog highlights some of the challenges faced by banks in bridging the consumer experience between digital and branch channels. It also gives recommendations for beating the upstarts with clever design of user experiences involving appropriate channel choices based on sophisticated customer metrics and segmentation.
Click here to read this Finextra blog on examples related to shortcomings of digital banking
For some contrarian views on Apple Pay, read this blog.
Finally, it is good to be back after some break due to hectic schedules with a new job. Apple Pay convinced me to break my long silence and I ended up writing two blogs instead of the usual monthly one.
If you think Apple Pay is going to boose NFC POS sales, you should read this blog first. See the Finextra blog "Apple Pay is here. Ka-Ching NFC Sales? Not so fast".
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