What are the Technological Trends Followed by Fintech
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What are the Technological Trends Followed by Fintech

By CIOReview | Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Fintech, like blockchain and open banking, help in enhancing the financial operations of businesses across all sectors.

FREMONT, CA: Fintech or financial technology expands to a wide range of areas. It can be defined as a developing technology that connects with the traditional procedures of offering financial services. It is an advanced and innovative technology that can enhance and transform the methods in which people engage with their finances. This technology was a result of the combination created during the 2008 global financial crisis and the introduction of the smartphone. 

Furthermore, fintech can influence both B2B financial products and services personal banking as well. The demand for interactive handheld devices has made the technology prevalent for human connection. The development of smart devices has increased the expectations of the human to the extent that they want their every needs to be met by personal devices. Moreover, connecting through smartphones will grow more in the future as hardly anybody stays away from these handheld devices for a more extended period. Here are some of the areas where fintech has developed immensely. 

Blockchain Technology

Blockchain is an open ledger that can be used for tracking the exchange of value by recording the transactions. It can be called a new version of the old paper ledger, but it can exist in numerous places with the same information that has been updated continuously. Moreover, every person will have access to the same information. The blockchain technology is also difficult to tamper and can be used for applying cryptocurrencies lime Bitcoin. 


A digital or virtual currency can be defined as the cryptocurrency. It is almost impossible to fake or double-spend the cryptocurrencies. The cryptocurrencies have attracted many people, small businesses, and large enterprises because they are independent of government regulations or other administrative sources. This monetary source will put the control in the hand of the user and eliminates the bank who works as the middleman. The first cryptocurrency that was launched in the market in 2009 was Bitcoin. This currency utilizes the fintech so that they can allow instant payments. Moreover, people can use the technology to send money to each other without any middle interference as it is peer-to-peer. 

Open Banking

Open banking offers third-party organizations with access to financial data and transactions among the consumers and B2B organizations with the help of application programming interfaces (APIs). It permits the organizations to have access to the financial data, which was earlier not accessible and patented. 

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