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Title: FinTech, blockchain and Islamic finance : an extensive literature review
Authors: Rabbani, Mustafa Raza
Khan, Shahnawaz
Thalassinos, Eleftherios I.
Keywords: Financial institutions -- Religious aspects -- Islam
Banks and banking -- Religious aspects -- Islam
Banking law (Islamic law)
Blockchains (Databases)
Electronic funds transfers
Financial services industry -- Technological innovations
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Eleftherios Thalassinos
Citation: Rabbani, M. R., Khan, S., & Thalassinos, E. I. (2020). FinTech, blockchain and Islamic finance : an extensive literature review. International Journal of Economics and Business Administration, 8(2), 65-86.
Abstract: Purpose: The paper aims to review the academic research work done in the area of Islamic financial technology. The Islamic FinTech area has been classified into three broad categories of the Islamic FinTech, Islamic Financial technology opportunities and challenges, Cryptocurrency/Blockchain sharia compliance and law/regulation. Finally, the study identifies and highlights the opportunities and challenges that Islamic Financial institutions can learn from the conventional FinTech organization across the world. Approach/Methodology/Design: The study collected 133 research studies (50 from Social Science Research Network (SSRN), 30 from Research gate, 33 from Google Scholar and 20 from other sources) in the area of Islamic Financial Technology. The study presents the systematic review of the above studies. Findings: The study classifies the Islamic FinTech into three broad categories namely, Islamic FinTech opportunities and challenges, Cryptocurrency/Blockchain sharia compliance and law/regulation. The study identifies that the sharia compliance related to the cryptocurrency/Blockchain is the biggest challenge which Islamic FinTech organizations are facing. During our review we also find that Islamic FinTech organizations are to be considered as partners by the Islamic Financial Institutions (IFI’s) than the competitors. If Islamic Financial institutions want to increase efficiency, transparency and customer satisfaction they have to adopt FinTech and become partners with the FinTech companies. Practical Implications: The study will contribute positively to the understanding of Islamic Fintech for the academia, industry, regulators, investors and other FinTech users. Originality/Value: The study believes to contribute positively to understanding of Fintech based technology like cryptocurrency/Blockchain from sharia perspective.
ISSN: 22414754
Appears in Collections:IJEBA, Volume 8, Issue 2

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