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4 Major Innovations in Healthcare Smart Cards

As the healthcare industry digitises, security is a growing concern for consumers and businesses alike. Our healthcare data is perhaps the most personal information we have, and every effort needs to be made to keep it secure. There is broad consensus that using a password to access sensitive information is not robust enough, not to […]

Banking upstarts: from challengers to pace-setters

Banking upstarts, or ‘Challenger Banks’ have enjoyed remarkable growth over the past 10 years. In fact, research shows that since 2014 Europe-based challengers Atom Bank, Tandem, Monzo, Starling Bank, Revolut and N26 have collectively attracted over $6B in funding and amassed more than 37 million customers. The impact of these digital-first banks has been so […]

Top five things to do in Amsterdam

Amsterdam, the capital city of Netherlands, is renowned for its artistic heritage and vibrant culture. An amazing blend of old-world charm and contemporary culture, the city offers a plethora of activities for tourists. From history, to art, or dabbling in unique experiences, Amsterdam has something for everyone. Every summer, the city plays host to Money […]

Turning fridges into SIM cards: An ecological SIM portfolio

This is equivalent to 20,000 tons of polymers – the weight of almost 2 Eiffel towers or 40 Airbus A380s at take-off. Inevitably most of these SIM cards will end up as waste. However, there is another way. In this blog we’ll be looking at the efforts being made to make SIM cards greener. Commitment […]

Open Standards & Open-Source Software: What do these solutions mean,…

Highlights taken from Modernising Digital-ID Systems: What Open Standards and Open-Source Software Really Mean, for the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change.   As organisations and Governments look to build inclusive Digital ID ecosystems, how do they overcome the key challenge of choosing which technology solution(s) to adopt?   We recently collaborated on an article with the […]

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