Millennials in a Fintech World


Why is open banking Millennial to the core? What's the Venmo line? And how come Europeans students don't know what Fintech means? These columns, a collab between Trendwolves and fintech community B-hive, are about innovation, finances and the younger generations. 

Check out the columns following this link, and contact us if we can be of any assistance. 

  • Millennials + Trust + Finance = Blockchain

Blockchain is claimed to be the transparent system that will gain back Millennials’ trust in finance. Blockchain is the means to an end, gaining trust has everything to do with giving back control to the consumer. Do banks dare? Read on...

  • Fintech? Never heard of it...

‘Does it have anything to do with vintage?’ Millennials don’t know what Fintech is, and that’s a problem for both Millennials ànd the industry. What’s to be done? Read on...

  • The value of creating social value

Fintech is about more than convenience. The sector has the opportunity to create social value, and that’s exactly what resonates with Millennials. Read on... 

  • To Venmo or not to Venmo, that is the question

Millennials love Venmo, because it has turned financial transactions into social media. Other generations wonder: why on earth would anyone care what their friends are paying each other? And what’s next? Read on...

  • Artificial Intelligence for Millennials

Artificial intelligence (AI) will become the primary way banks interact with their customers within the next three years, according to a recent report. It could be a game changer for the industry, if banks don’t forget what matters most to Millennials. Read on... 

  • Open Banking is Millennial to the core

Spanish bank BBVA recently launched its Open Banking Business, which allows third parties to use and integrate BBVA’s financial data for their own purposes. The idea behind open banking is that cooperation is the only way to innovation, and it is one of the core beliefs of Millennials. Read on... 

 

How can we help you out? Contact us for more on Millennials, Finances and Innovation.