According to the speakers, blockchain has many years before going mainstream, but it is a very promising technology across industries.
Essa Kazim, governor of the DIFC, said the fund would help to establish “start-up and growth-stage fintech firms looking for access to the MEASA (Middle East, Africa and South Asia) markets”.
In addition to Fintech Hive, DIFC will be introducing two new programmes that focuses on RegTech and InsurTech in 2018.
The International Monetary Fund’s Fall 2017 Regional Economic Outlook for the Middle East, North Africa, Afghanistan and Pakistan (MENAP), has been launched at Dubai International Financial Centre, (DIFC).
Designed for overseas asset-holders, the new smart service enables eligible investors living outside of the UAE to create, register, witness and store a Will for Dubai and Ras Al Khaimah assets from anywhere in the world.
The FinTech Hive programme provides a platform in which they can collaborate with leading regional and international financial institutions to accelerate their fintech potential.
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Courts has announced its partnership with Microsoft to drive the digital transformation of the commercial courts systems in the region and beyond.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) today launched the Spring update of the 2017 Regional Economic Outlook (REO) for the Middle …
Tahawul Tech hosted the debut edition of Your Voice, the new debate series for business leaders and technology decision makers in the Middle East. The event gathered technology heads from a range of verticals to discuss the hot topic of 2017: innovation.
Seagate announced on Monday that it is set to host its annual Middle East Partner Conference on Wednesday, April 3, …