Tony Zerucha·Alt-Finance·July 24, 2014·1 min readThe Daily Dig for Thursday, July 24 ShareTweetShareSubmit FDIC proposes Basel III compliance regs The FDIC has issued a notice of proposed rulemaking to revise its risk-based deposit insurance assessment system to reflect the final Basel III capital rule. They will be accepting public commentary. Read the release here. NY Fed upset with Deutsche Bank data quality The New York Fed has rebuked Deutsche Bank after a continuous flow of poor-quality data. Jenny Strasburg explains. Crowdfunding campaign created to help Detroiters pay overdue water bills Things continue to be tough in Detroit. It is so bad other people are helping some who are down on their luck pay their water bills. Amanda Holpuch reports. Danae Ringelmann shares thoughts on crowdfunding industry Danae Ringelmann can have a conversation about anything, especially crowdfunding-related. One exception: passing judgement on the merits of a campaign. Thomas Lee has more.See alsoJuly 20, 2015FinFair speaker and BANQ founder preaches caution Alternatives to big bank fees exist You do not have to be beholden to the big banks and the exorbitant fees they charge for everything. Carol Kopp explores alternatives. Wall Street earnings through bond sales to feds top $650 billion One group that will see QE off at the station with a teary goodbye are the big banks, who pocketed big bucks selling bonds to the Fed during the program. Stephen Gandel investigates. Like this article? Take a second to support us on Patreon!