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  1. Bitcoin system, when more than 51% computing power is controlled by a single node, the block chain can be distorted maliciously. This is called 51% attack which is a well-known potential risk that could destro...

    Authors: Ning Shi
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2016 2:31
  2. We examine the signaling effect of borrowers’ social media behavior, especially self-disclosure behavior, on the default probability of money borrowers on a peer-to-peer (P2P) lending site.

    Authors: Ruyi Ge, Juan Feng and Bin Gu
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2016 2:30

    The Correction to this article has been published in Financial Innovation 2020 6:54

  3. Blockchain has become a new frontier of venture capitals that has attracted the attention of banks, governments, and other business corporations. The recent blockchain related attempts included legal blockchai...

    Authors: J. Leon Zhao, Shaokun Fan and Jiaqi Yan
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2016 2:28

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Financial Innovation 2017 3:9

  4. In recent years, blockchain technology has attracted considerable attention. It records cryptographic transactions in a public ledger that is difficult to alter and compromise because of the distributed consen...

    Authors: Jennifer J. Xu
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2016 2:25
  5. Blockchain technology is a core, underlying technology with promising application prospects in the banking industry. On one hand, the banking industry in China is facing the impact of interest rate liberalizat...

    Authors: Ye Guo and Chen Liang
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2016 2:24
  6. Crowdfunding has risen rapidly as a way of raising funds to support projects such as art projects, charity projects, and new ventures. It is very important to understand how crowds in the crowdfunding market a...

    Authors: Liang Chen, Zihong Huang and De Liu
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2016 2:19
  7. Prosocial crowdfunding helps the underprivileged obtain non-profit seeking loans from multitudinous lenders. Some platforms introduce team competition to motivate member participation and may thus induce team ...

    Authors: Ling Ge and Xuechen Luo
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2016 2:17

    The Correction to this article has been published in Financial Innovation 2020 6:54

  8. Since 2015 is the year of FinTech in Taiwan, it is worth investigating the challenges that emerged when banks were encouraged to invest in FinTech companies for collaboration. This study aims to identify the s...

    Authors: Jui-Long Hung and Binjie Luo
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2016 2:15

    The Correction to this article has been published in Financial Innovation 2021 7:23

  9. Mobile money services have been associated with unprecedented access to financial services, notably to under-banked and unbanked populations. Thus, mobile money opens a channel through which to examine the sup...

    Authors: Dorothy Nampewo, Grace Ainomugisha Tinyinondi, Duncan Roy Kawooya and George Wilson Ssonko
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2016 2:13
  10. The rapid development of the blockchain technology and its various applications has rendered it important to understand the guidelines for adopting it.

    Authors: Huaiqing Wang, Kun Chen and Dongming Xu
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2016 2:12
  11. For over 40 years, the franchise ownership redirection hypothesis has attracted the attention of many scholars. This study, differing from previous ones, proposes an alternative approach for this hypothesis us...

    Authors: Lukito Adi Nugroho
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2016 2:11
  12. Given the importance of customers as the most valuable assets of organizations, customer retention seems to be an essential, basic requirement for any organization. Banks are no exception to this rule. The com...

    Authors: Abbas Keramati, Hajar Ghaneei and Seyed Mohammad Mirmohammadi
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2016 2:10
  13. This study examines the effect of adopting cashless payment in five European Union (EU) countries, namely, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, and Portugal, for the period of 2000-2012.

    Authors: Hock-Han Tee and Hway-Boon Ong
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2016 2:4
  14. The purpose of this study is to examine volatility spillover effects between stock market and foreign exchange market in selected Asian countries; Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, China, Hong Kong and Japan. This s...

    Authors: Khalil Jebran and Amjad Iqbal
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2016 2:3

    The Correction to this article has been published in Financial Innovation 2021 7:23

  15. This article investigates the Least-Squares Monte Carlo Method by using different polynomial basis in American Asian Options pricing. The standard approach in the option pricing literature is to choose the bas...

    Authors: Ursula Silveira Monteiro de Lima and Carlos Patricio Samanez
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2016 2:1
  16. his paper presents a case study on 100Credit, an Internet credit service provider in China. 100Credit began as an IT company specializing in e-commerce recommendation before getting into the credit rating busi...

    Authors: Shaofeng Zhang, Wei Xiong, Wancheng Ni and Xin Li
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2015 1:17

    The Correction to this article has been published in Financial Innovation 2020 6:54

  17. The wealth effect of limiting shareholder rights via anti-takeover provisions(ATPs) is a contentious issue. By taking the differential effect hypothesis perspective, our study aims to provide additional eviden...

    Authors: Seoungpil Ahn and Jaiho Chung
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2015 1:13
  18. Compared with the fixed-price mechanism, the bookbuilding mechanism has not changed the Chinese IPO high underpricing. How to develop scientific and reasonable IPO pricing, and reduce the high IPO underpricing...

    Authors: Xiao-cheng Zhang, Miaomiao Zhang, Shao-an Huang and Yongsheng Zhou
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2015 1:11
  19. Market data for financial studies typically derives from either historical transactions or contemporaneous surveys of sentiment and perceptions. The research communities analyzing data from these opposing cate...

    Authors: J Christopher Westland
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2015 1:10
  20. Online peer-to-peer lending (P2P lending) is booming as the popularity of e-finance. To develop a conceptual model for the P2P lending process is great valuable for managers to tack the issues of marketing, ma...

    Authors: Huaiqing Wang, Kun Chen, Wei Zhu and Zhenxia Song
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2015 1:3