Top 5 Fintech Philippines News of the Week (CW 52)

Top 5 Fintech Philippines News of the Week (CW 52)

by January 2, 2018
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Fintechnews.PH picks every Friday for you the top 5 Fintech Philippines News of the week:
Here we go:

 

Central Bank of the Philippines Plans to Regulate Bitcoin

Central Bank of the Philippines Plans to Regulate Bitcoin

According to Chuchi Fonacier, Deputy Governor, the bank plans to impose new regulations for cryptocurrencies. The Philippine official wants specifically to work with exchanges and businesses whose business models revolve around digital currencies, as stated in a December 13 news conference. (Read more)

 

The Philippines’ biggest business deals in 2017

The Philippines' biggest business deals in 2017

The country’s conglomerates have acquired everything from digital payment tech to coal power plants this year, as they acquire the tools they hope will shape the economy’s future. (Read more)

 

SALPay partners with Unionbank to offer SALPay 3.0…

SALPay partners with Unionbank to offer SALPay

Salarium Payments Corp (SALPay) has entered into an agreement with Unionbank of the
Philippines to develop a Co-Branded Visa Card Program and to connect to the API suite of the
EON Banking Group. (Read more)

 

Cashless, Digital Payments – Quick, Convenient

Cashless, Digital Payments – Quick, Convenient

Coming from a late party near Ayala Center Cebu last week, we dropped by Abaca Baking Company. It was past 9 p.m. and the cafe had started offering its bread and pastries at half price off. We picked our favorites at the café and headed to the counter to pay. (Read more)

 

BDO Capital calls for more inclusive capital markets —BDO Capital

BDO Capital calls for more inclusive capital markets —BDO Capital

Philippine capital markets must be made more inclusive by offering more products and solutions to attract a wider participation from the investing public, BDO Capital and Investment Corp. said Tuesday. (Read more)

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