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How to spot a good API

Written by on Nov, 12, 2018

The value and importance of APIs in business transformation today cannot be overstated. They are increasingly becoming a major integral part of how companies will conduct their business in the coming months and years. APIs have enabled businesses to optimize their internal efficiencies, reach

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Is there a real contradiction between GDPR and PSD2?

Written by on Oct, 19, 2018

GDPR: Protecting consumer data On 25th may 2018, the new GDPR laws established by EU commissioner pertaining to EU economic area and European Union citizens and residents came to life. The new rules announced two years prior, promised steep penalties starting at $10million or 2% of annual

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Open Banking Report 2018 by the Paypers is the ultimate source of thought-provoking insights by the leading voices of FinTech

Written by on Oct, 01, 2018

Though in Europe there are more than 6000 credit institutions, banks, financial companies, and more, top payment consultancy INNOPAY has listed only 32 banks who work with Open APIs. SDK.finance's core banking technology team headed by our CTO, Pavlo Sidelov decided to perform our own analysis of

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SDK.finance is a contributor to GitHub

Written by on Jul, 17, 2018

July 17th, Prague, Czech Republic SDK.finance, a digital banking platform wrapped in 300+ APIs, has committed two open source projects to GitHub, the world’s largest repository of source code. The first of these projects is an Angular UI source code which allows a user to build, test, and

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“Why we stopped selling to banks and decided to focus on FinTechs” by Alex Malyshev, CEO of SDK.finance

Written by on Apr, 21, 2018

Since 2015, we’ve accumulated a wealth of experience and communications with banks from different European countries such as the Netherlands, Poland, Ukraine, the Czech Republic, France, Ireland, Baltic states, and more. In 2016, our hypothesis was that we would jump onto the bandwagon of PSD2

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