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By Ryan Bright via Iris.xyz In my last blog, I questioned whether up-and-coming Fintechs had the capability to challenge the more established big banks in the long-term. I concluded that the most likely occurrence will be an increase in collaboration, between challengers and the more traditional banks. However, a quiet revolt is taking place. Businesses that can primarily […]
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