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  1. Dibbs Releases NFT Sentiment Report; 84 Percent of Respondents Would Purchase an NFT Backed by a Physical Item
    Business Wire | 12/01/22 10:25 AM EST

    Dibbs taps users of its blockchain-based collectibles marketplace to uncover first-of-its-kind insights on user sentiment toward NFT technology Dibbs, the world?s onramp to Web3, today released findings from the industry?s first NFT Sentiment Report, which surveyed hundreds of NFT adopters to understand consumer sentiment around NFTs today and into the future.

  2. Rimini Street Named a Supplier for UK G-Cloud 13 Framework for all its Application, Database, Managed and Professional Services
    Business Wire | 12/01/22 09:01 AM EST

    UK public sector organizations can achieve immediate savings on annual support fees for Oracle and SAP products and up to 90% savings on total support costs, enabling the optimization, evolution and transformation of citizen services Rimini Street (RMNI), Inc., a global provider of enterprise software products and services, the leading third-party support provider for Oracle and SAP software products,...

  3. Real-Time Payments Could Unlock $271 Million of Additional GDP to New Zealand?s Economy by 2027
    Business Wire | 12/01/22 06:00 AM EST

    New Zealand?s economy could benefit from additional economic growth of $271 million, or 0.1%, by 2027 ? if the country were to introduce a domestic real-time payments scheme, according to a study by the Centre for Economic and Business Research ? commissioned by ACI Worldwide (ACIW), a global leader in mission-critical, real-time payments software, and Payments NZ, the payments industry association re...

  4. HSBC Agrees to Sell Its Business in Canada to Royal Bank of Canada
    Business Wire | 11/29/22 06:30 AM EST

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