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The United States Embassy in Kuala Lumpur is lending Malaysian game creators a helping hand in producing socially conscious games, with a focus on current issues like climate change, civic engagement and women empowerment.
SINGAPORE - Two top executives at Grab Holdings' fintech business have quit, adding to other senior departures in recent months, as the Southeast Asian ride-hailing and delivery firm rejigs the key unit at the loss-making group, two sources said.
(Reuters) - Bitcoin has scant experience with rising interest rates, posing perils for investors looking to capitalize on its dramatic drop.
(Reuters) -New York Stock Exchange-parent Intercontinental Exchange said on Wednesday it will acquire Black Knight in a deal valuing the mortgage-lending software and data analytics firm at $13.1 billion.
(Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said on Tuesday it will add 20 positions to its enforcement unit for crypto markets in its push to curb fraudulent activities in the hot digital space.
The idea of a super app first took off in China, where WeChat is used for everything from sharing photos to hailing a taxi. A UK startup pledges to bring that concept to cryptocurrencies.
(Reuters) - Cryptocurrency companies said they remain unsure of U.S. regulations governing products that allow customers to earn interest on holdings instead of trading them, months after such an interest-bearing product drew a $100 million fine from a federal regulator and state governments.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) will promote competition and scrutinize the outsized influence Big Tech firms have in the marketplace, its director told the Senate Banking Committee during a hearing on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Rohit Chopra will tell congress on Tuesday that the agency will propose in a "timely fashion" a measure on open banking and small business lending data, according to testimony published on a Congressional website.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Meta Platforms Inc's WhatsApp has won regulatory approval to more double the number of users of its payments service in India to 100 million, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Wednesday.