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  • Breaking through the Blockchain noise

    Factom Harmony suite enables blockchain capabilities for any desired application
    Last year was the year of the blockchain proof of concept. This year, we’re kicking it up a notch with real steps toward blockchain implementations. For many, blockchain is still a grand idea. For the forward thinking, it is already a reality in production level systems. Implementing blockchain is not risky or unconventional - it’s pragmatic.
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  • Figure Technologies expands leadership team

    Hires former Fidelity exec and chief economist to advance mission to help homeowners access equity
    Figure Technologies announced its intention to shake up home equity lending in the fall, and now it's making key hires to help achieve this goal. The fintech company is the brainchild of former SoFi co-founder and CEO Mike Cagney, who launched the company last March with the goal of leveraging AI, blockchain and advanced analytics to revolutionize home equity lending.
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  • Former SoFi CEO Mike Cagney’s blockchain lending startup Figure raises $65 million

    Plans to use new funding to continue expansion
    Figure Technologies, the blockchain lending startup co-founded by former SoFi CEO Mike Cagney, grew throughout its first year of business last year. And now, the company will have some new funding to continue its expansion as Figure announced recently that it raised $65 million in its Series B equity funding round.
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TMS obtains provisional approval for three blockchain servicing patents

    Three patents will introduce servicing data and records to the blockchain
    Financial services and mortgage company TMS announced it has received provisional approval for three blockchain-related servicing patents. The company explained that through its subservicing platform SIME, or Servicing Intelligence Made Easy, the three patents will introduce servicing data and records to the blockchain for the first time. 
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  • First American, Old Republic Title bringing blockchain to title insurance

    Old Republic will use First American-designed blockchain solution
    Two of the biggest names in title insurance are joining together to bring blockchain to the title insurance industry. First American Financial announced Wednesday that it is launching a shared blockchain system to be used in the title insurance process. And the first company to sign on to use First American’s blockchain system is Old Republic Title Insurance Group, the nation’s third largest title insurance underwriter.
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  • Fintech Rundown: Factom, LoanLogics and more

    This week's mortgage tech moves
    Another week and more tech integrations! As the industry shifts ever-closer to a truly digital mortgage experience, we present some of the integrations and program selections companies in the mortgage lending space are making.
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  • Accenture develops two blockchain integration solutions

    Enables integration between two or more blockchain-based systems
    Accenture announced it developed and tested two blockchain solutions that enables integration between two or more blockchain-enabled ecosystems. The development in the growing area of blockchain technology solves what Accenture calls “a critical challenge” for the broad adoption of blockchain.
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  • Former SoFi CEO Mike Cagney's blockchain lending startup Figure unveils first loan program

    Launches first home equity loan product, grants approval in 5 minutes, funds in 5 days
    Figure Technologies is aiming to shake up home equity lending. Co-founded by former SoFi CEO Mike Cagney earlier this year, Figure leverages blockchain, AI and advanced analytics to elevate the lending process for homeowners looking for access to their equity. The company just announced the release of its first product – the Figure Home Equity Loan – which offers borrowers a completely digital experience at an impressive clip.
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  • JPMorgan expands blockchain network payments to 75 international banks

    Ledger network seeks to ease processing times for non-traditional payments
    JPMorgan has expanded blockchain-based payments to more than 75 international financial institutions in an effort to ease processing times for non-traditional payments. According to reporting by Financial Times (paywall), more than 75 banks, including Société Générale and Santander, are now testing the Interbank Information Network, or IIN.
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