This year, Accenture’s FinTech Innovation Lab has been vigorously concentrating on offering chances to new companies to work with worldwide banks and budgetary foundations, and empower the new businesses to actualize their innovation inside of the banks’ bases and existing frameworks, to improve operations and to bolster its customers.
A Bitcoin startup Hong Kong-based Bitspark has been one of the seven new companies to join Accenture’s FinTech Innovation Lab Asia-Pacific 2015, a “joint effort between various the world’s driving banks, for example, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, China Citic Bank International, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, and J.P. Morgan.”
“There is a clear trend in the banking industry in 2015 that they are ready to engage in the world of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain technology,” George Harrap, CEO of Bitspark publicized. “We are happy to be introducing our world-leading blockchain-powered remittance platform to the financial services industry, who can not only assist us to accelerate our business but also provide us with support, mentorship and the contacts to ensure we can bring our technology to the market in the best way possible.”
As the world’s first end-to-end bitcoin settlement framework, Bitspark will nearly work with Accenture’s tutors and speculators to possibly pull in universal attendant financial specialists, investment firms and banks to execute their safe and quick strategy for sending global installments.
Likewise, Bitspark will present its Blockchain-fueled innovation to banks in workshops to look for conceivable approaches to coordinate it in distinctive commercial enterprises and applications.