Today's top tech news - December 1

Entering the last month of 2017 with top tech news of global tech giants and a government institution 

Fintech could help banks save costs but also erode their income, says Singapore's central bank

Singapore's central bank MAS say that automation technologies such as AI could cut operational costs by 30 per cent 

The startup world's moments of ignominy; chronicling the sexual harassment cases that shamed the industry in 2017

Of course, allegations of sexual assaults against Dave McClure were the highlights of this year, but then there have been other major embarrassments, too 

One year on, SGInnovate reveals roadmap for 2018

As part of the plan, the co-working space BASH will be undergoing significant renovations 

Singapore's community-led crypto-fintech startup Change raises US$17.5M via tokens sale

Change has built a marketplace for financial services, allowing users to invest in automated stock portfolios, real estate, and peer-to-peer loans 

SaaS logistics startup LogiNext to integrate blockchain for better visibility and security, says CEO Dhruvil Sanghvi

LogiNext is piloting the project with two brands in the US and Singapore, and is looking to launch the enterprise version in the next six to eight months 

Soon you will be able to use Ethereum to pay drinks at Singapore-based night club Skyline

Skyline aims to be the first night club in Singapore to use cryptocurrency as a payment method, starting from the Blockshow Asia event in November 29-20