An insurance and reinsurance industry trade organization headquartered in the UK is launching a new blockchain research project.
Lloyd's held a seminar in London last week to highlight blockchain technology to insurance market participants as part of their modernisation plan.
The Lloyds ban applies to the group's 89 million credit card holders, including across subsidiaries such as Halifax, MBNA and Bank of Scotland.
Secco is a 'blockchain-inspired' challenger bank aiming to disrupt the sector "from the outside in".
Two ideas aiming to disrupt IPOs and flight insurance came top at 'Hack The Block' this Sunday, bringing London FinTech Week to a close.