Top Fintech News Stories for August 10, 2021

Here are the most read news stories from our daily newsletter today:

  • Buffett-backed Nubank hires investment banks to lead IPO – source – Reuters
  • Stablecoins and the Future of Money – Harvard Business Review
  • The infrastructure bill is a coming-of-age moment for crypto – Fortune
  • How buy now/pay later pioneers plan to fend off Apple, Square – American Banker
  • The Fallacy Of Fintech Ethics: Could Fintechs Be Less Ethical Than Banks? – Forbes
  • Canopy raises $15M Series A after posting 4.5x customer growth in H1 2021 – TechCrunch
  • HSBC Teams With Walmart On Working Capital Diversity – PYMNTS.com
  • CBDCs: China Seems Intent on Creating Digital Yuan for Local Use, and Potential Global Transactions, Report Reveals – CrowdFund Insider
  • Will AML rules be extended to crypto? – American Banker
  • Can Digital-Only Banking Subsidiaries Beat Out the Neobanks? – The Financial Brand

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