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PODCAST: The stock exchange’s CIO on experiences with Hyperledger fabric, and the limitations and opportunities of blockchain
The IFC’s fintech investment official talks about the industry’s development in Latin America
Andrés Vásquez, CEO of Nequi, chats about the challenges of rolling out QR and biometrics technology in Colombia
Amparo Nalvarte, CEO and founder of Culqi, discusses the Peruvian payments platform’s international expansion plans
Daniel Cohen, head of emerging payments for Latin America and the Caribbean at Mastercard, discusses payments innovations that the company is developing.
Nicolás Jaramillo, senior innovation product owner at the Chilean bank Bci, talks about designing and developing the bank’s new mobile payments platform.
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OPINION: Interoperability is key for digital payments systems, argues the architect of Ecuador’s mobile money project
SURVEY: What’s the biggest limitation of blockchain?
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SURVEY: Will new, growing data privacy concerns impact open banking progress?
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Two-thirds of Chileans have a bank account, making it one of the most-banked Latin American markets. The number of checking accounts in the country tripled, to 21 million, in the 10 years to the end of 2016.