JPMorgan Chase is planning to ban fintech apps from using customer passwords to access their bank accounts (2/10)

“JPMorgan Chase is planning to ban fintech apps from using customer passwords to access their bank accounts and data, according to the Financial Times.

UK Consumers Views On Open Banking Enabled Features Business Insider Intelligence Instead, the banking giant is working on a system that uses tokens to send third parties a narrower range of data in a secure form”

Source: Business Insider

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