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30th of April 2019
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Dear Subscriber,

US regulators are “finally catching up” with crypto innovation, believes Pete Hill, director at mining software company Cudo Miner.

On PaymentEye this week, and following the sanction taken by FinCEN, crypto market vendors give their take on proceedings and whether further regulation could inhibit innovation.

Elsewhere, the first video of the BankTech series is unveiled! As NatWest becomes the first bank in the UK to trial biometric cards with Gemalto and VISA, is the fledgling technology about to enjoy a payments golden age?

Read, enjoy and share.

David Beach


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