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Best Technologies that Shape the Future of FinTech

Best Technologies Shaping the Future of Fintech

Fintech is a word that is now doing the rounds in the world of web and refers to the event of implementation of new technologies into the traditional financial methods for the automation and improvement of delivery of financial services. Its core purpose is to help customers, companies and businesses so that they can manage their finances better.


Along with strengthening the foundation of finance, Fintech has also been known to improve financial literacy. Fintech and its improved capabilities can help people learn about the art of saving money and budgeting for the purpose of investments in the future.


Best Technologies that Shape the Future of Fintech:

With regard to Fintech, here are the top technologies, which are shaping the future of fintech:

●    Internet of Things

Internet of Things is a combination of smart sensors, wireless communication networks and support of applications and operations. It is designed to aid financial institutions by providing solutions to financial problems, collection of customer data and offering protection of strong data for processes like Loan Management System (LMS) and Loan Origination System (LOS), fraud detection etc.

●    AI and Hyper Automation

AI, as popularly known, is designed to complete tasks by learning and adoption of metadata without human intervention. At present, the fintech sector is using AI technology to its advantage for the purpose of improving and automating customer service, financial advice, fraud detection, analytics, personalised user experience, Digital Identity APIs, authentication of facial recognition etc.


When combined with RPA or Robotic Process Automation, it makes deploying chatbots a lot easier. The chatbots can then help in decision-making, outbound sales, complex business situations and financial transactions, among other things.


●    Blockchain

Blockchain is trending rather high these days and with its DLT or  Digital Ledger Technology, fintech firms find it extremely convenient to record, synchronise as well as share data in real time across a variety of networks of participants at the same time.


Along with DLT, fintech companies also make use of cryptography, distributed data storage, smart contracts and zero knowledge proofs for the development of various elements in fintech like Digital Wallets, Decentralised Finance (DeFi), Non-Fungible Tokens as well as DIgital Assets.


●    Cloud Computing

It is high time that physical data centres and cumbersome IT infrastructure are dispensed with to make way for flexible storage and services and at a lower cost.


Cloud computing can also help reduce security risks through embedded security controls, zero trust verification and data encryption.



To summarise, these technologies, along with Saas for Fintech Saas Lead Generation, Quantum Computing, Robo Advisors and others, can completely revolutionise the Fintech scenario for more delivery of more efficient services.

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