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To implement payments between banks of Canada and the United States, the technology of blockchain will be used. According to The Cointelegraph, Canada's largest bank Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) led this pilot project. As the Executive Vice-President of RBC on innovation and technology says, the use of blockchain technology will help to speed and simplify the processing of payments and even reduce the cost of their maintenance. The system was developed during the last six months in Toronto, and based on an open source solution developed by the Hyperledger interindustry consortium. To date, the technology already duplicates the main RBC registry, which helps the bank track payments between the US and Canada. Our website: https://kcn.media/en/ Our partner: https://crowdsale.network/ We are o...
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), a leading global financial institution with headquarters in the United Kingdom, has invested in a global technology transformation program to create an innovative, flexible work environment powered by Citrix virtual computing. The transformation is leveraging collaboration and self-service IT to virtualize more than 65,000 desktops and 2,000 applications globally.
RBC with Apple Pay is the FAST and EASY way to pay for everyday purchases. Now you can enjoy all the benefits of using your RBC® Personal Credit or Debit card with Apple Pay on your iPhone or Apple Watch. Paying in stores has never been easier or more convenient. Learn more at www.rbc.com/apple-pay
The Automatic Resistance Bridge Calibrator is the worlds's only solution for the calibration of both AC and DC Thermometry Bridges, with accuracy better than 0.01ppm at 100 Ohms. The A-RBC allows for easy verification and calibration of ac and dc thermometry bridges.
May 19 -- Investor and coder Edison "Eddy" Ortiz is helping Royal Bank of Canada stay ahead of the FinTech revolution. Find out what he's working on that will change the way you do banking. Bloomberg's Doug Alexander reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
The Royal Bank of Scotland as trustee of Jupiter Industries sells stake in a technology company The Royal Bank of Scotland is a major institution globally. Today we talk about a company where they have sold stake as trustee of Jupiter Ind. Please remember this is not intended to be a stock recommendation and one must consult their financial advisor prior to acting on any of the information present here. This and all other information here is intended to be just a piece of news. Happy Investing !!!!!!
New technologies are changing how you bank, shop and now pay. RBC Royal Bank offers an innovative, convenient and secure solution with the RBC Wallet powered by RBC Secure CloudTM that lets you pay how you want, when you want. This video demonstrates how RBC envisions the future of mobile payments unfolding and how it will come to life in the future with value-added services and solutions - all safely secured in RBC Secure Cloud. Visit www.rbc.com/securecloud to learn more about RBC Secure Cloud.
Royal Bank of Scotland launches a new campaign to promote their security team who work 24/7 to keep customer’s hard earned money secure. The TV ad follows a hard working couple who rarely meet due to the pressures of everyday working life.
Canadian startup Bionym, maker of a wearable security device dubbed Nymi, is teaming up with credit card giant MasterCard and Royal Bank of Canada to test whether the beat of your heart is true enough to verify payments. Bionym said in a statement on Monday, the trial will allow Royal Bank, Canada's largest bank, Mastercard and customers using the technology to test electrocardiogram-authenticated payments before the end of the year. The new technology comes at a time when large retailers across North America have been grappling with data breaches and the theft of account numbers and other information from payment cards used by customers. Bionym said its Nymi wristband is the world's first biometrically authenticated wearable payment pilot. It said it believes the technology could result i...
Architecture and Performance of Royal Bank of Canada’s Online Banking Application on Cloud Foundry Platform [I] - Surya V Duggirala, IBM & Milorad Stefanovic, Royal Bank of Canada As more and more Banking applications are being deployed on Cloud Foundry cloud platform, it is essential to understand their performance characteristics. In this session, we will discuss the architectural and performance characteristics of customer facing retail Online Banking application of Royal Bank of Canada on Cloud Foundry Platform. This session covers some of the specific performance challenges encountered and a prescriptive guidance to resolve them which will be applicable for many other Banking applications. This session also discusses other RBC applications in production on Cloud Foundry. Milorad...