Analysis, Digital Transformation

JPMorgan’s new programmable payments throw up operational risks

By Natasha Teja
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JPMorgan has launched blockchain-based programmable payments through its JPM Coin system, a first-of-its-kind global offering from a major commercial bank. 

But the feature, released earlier this month, has brought with it a new set of operational risks that the bank admits will need additional processes to manage.


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