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Steve Wozniak discusses the iPhone X and potential future product opportunities for Apple.
Nuno Sebastiao discusses the thinking behind Feedzai and the firm's future growth plans.
Chief Executive Ralph Hamers speaks about how banks are adapting to fintech.
Brad Garlinghouse responds to a lawsuit alleging that Ripple's cryptocurrency violated U.S. securities law.
CNBC's Arjun Kharpal and Elizabeth Schulze discuss which countries are pioneering fintech.
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse discusses confusion surrounding his blockchain firm and its cryptocurrency XRP.
Brad Garlinghouse discusses Ripple's cryptocurrency and the world's largest crypto by market value, bitcoin.
Ann Cairns, vice chairman of Mastercard, discusses conversational artificial intelligence and Europe's new data law GDPR.
Ann Cairns discusses cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology.
PayPal's acquisition means iZettle will no longer be seeking a listing of its own, something it "spent roughly a year" trying to achieve.
HSBC and ING said that the exchange was performed in 24 hours, compared to the five-to-10 days it normally takes through a paper-based system.
Kristo Kaarmann also talks about why his firm does not intend to apply for a banking licence.
Chief Executive Carlos Torres Vila speaks about consolidation among European banks and the latest political developments in Spain.
Huawei has teamed up with BTC.com to add the latter's bitcoin wallet to its new AppGallery.
Swedish payment start-up iZettle announced it will go public this year.
Japanese messaging service Line Corp will offer a cryptocurrency exchange, loans and insurance.
Ledger claims the investment to be one of the largest of its kind for a blockchain-related firm to date.
MoneyGram, based in Dallas, Texas, will use XRP to speed up and reduce the cost of transferring money through Ripple’s payment network xRapid.
Ethereum co-founder Charles Hoskinson raised concern about "unrealistic" cryptocurrency projects entering the space.
Ethereum is currently the third-largest cryptocurrency by market value, after being dethroned by another altcoin, Ripple’s XRP, last week.