Fingerprints, facial recognition and other biometric technologies that replace passwords and PINs are becoming more and more popular with younger banking customers, *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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20th January 2015
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Fingerprints, facial recognition and other biometric technologies that replace passwords and PINs are becoming more and more popular with younger banking customers,

Younger banking customers excited for biometric tech
 
Partnerships

A leading bitcoin trader, Netagio, has announced plans to allow its customers to complete bitcoin transactions through its marketplace using debit and credit cards as part of a strategic growth plan to improve access to the marketplace for customers.

Netagio to allow credit and debit cards for bitcoin purchase
 
Career Moves

As part of its plans to expand into the iGaming sector, online payment processor Secure Trading has hired three new executives to its senior management team.

Secure Trading welcomes trio of executives to expand into iGaming
 

Collinson Group has announced the appointment of Chris Lord as chief information officer (CIO).

Collinson Group name new CIO
 
More News

The BBA, the leading group representing the UK’s biggest banks, has issued a response to the government’s ‘Call for Information’ on digital currencies that was issued in November last year to provide the government with the necessary information to fully understand digital currencies.

The BBA responds to government’s ‘call for information’ on digital currencies
 
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