As the festive season approaches, the retail landscape this year is very different to almost any in living memory. Black Friday signals the busiest shopping weekend of the year, and while high street stores up and down the country have been forced to close their doors, it’s never been so important for businesses to provide a first-class digital experience.
Cryptocurrency has long been a volatile market, with rises and falls of 40% or more in a matter of days not uncommon. But, with volatility comes opportunity and some savvy investors have capitalised on massive gains over the years.
The value of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin have recently risen to their highest price in years, but what drives these price changes?
The world is a very different place to what it was last year, never mind 10 years ago. The adoption and use of digital technology has been accelerated due to advances in AI and alternative data.
This acceleration in growth has had a massive impact on the way we live our daily lives, but it’s also had an impact on how exposed our identities can be to fraudsters.
It is estimated that together, Millennials & Generation Z make up 74% of the global workforce.
For the financial services industry, this makes it paramount to engage them, but much of what defines these generations also determines the way in which businesses have to behave in order to interact with them.
The initial interactions a new customer has with your business set the tone for the entire relationship; the likelihood of a customer sticking with you (and recommending you to others) increases with the level of emphasis you put on creating an excellent onboarding process.
That’s why it’s important to make sure your onboarding process is robust, efficient and compliant and your customers can begin using your products as quickly as possible, with minimal drop-offs. Here, we explore some of the most common mistakes operators make when onboarding new gaming customers.
The world is a very different place to what it was last year, never mind 10 years ago. The adoption and use of digital technology has been accelerated due to advances in AI and alternative data and a growing number of businesses are realising the necessity of, not just being online but providing a first-class digital experience.
In the gaming industry, creating a smooth onboarding process which is both robust and efficient is no mean feat, especially with increasingly strict KYC & AML laws.
But, there are ways you can employ smarter methods of identity verification to win more ‘good’ customers and have them using your services as soon as possible…
The use of alternative data has the potential to put previously ‘invisible’ individuals on the map, unlocking opportunities for financial inclusion and economic growth. Exponential amounts of data are being created online every single day, but is it being used to its true potential?
Here, we explore how alternative data can really be used to create a more inclusive financial world.
The global AML landscape is diverse and financial institutions must keep pace with developing rules and regulations in order to remain compliant.
Where a business is functioning determines the local and international regulations they need to comply with in order to continue operating. In this post, we look to explore some of the most prominent regulatory bodies, the territories they cover and how they differ.
PayPal announced on Wednesday that it will allow customers to hold cryptocurrencies in their online wallets. This means that account holders will then be able to shop using Bitcoin and other virtual coins at the 26 million merchants on the network.