A new week a new edition of FintechWeekly. This week we have an article in our Top Stories about the strong increase in usage of Fintech apps. There is also news from Plaid. They plan to make a Fintech App out of Excel. In our last Top STory we get to see how Fintech can accelerate the stimulus if they get support from the government. Thank you for reading - Max and the FinTech Weekly team
The coronavirus pandemic is resulting in a sharp increase in people using fintech apps.
Microsoft has teamed up with Plaid to let people automatically import their bank and credit card account data into a new personal finance tool called Money in Excel.
Square and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says the government can use Square's money-transfer app, Cash App, to send money faster to consumers.
America’s 30 million small businesses are facing an unprecedented challenge as COVID-19 requires people to stay at home, and business owners to shut down to prevent the spread of the virus.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has prompted a global shutdown never seen before.
With the outbreak of the COVID-19, more and more people and groups have joined the fight against it
The fintech services have made a great transformation in terms of market value and are expected to reach nearly 4.8 trillion by the end of 2020.
I didn’t know the COVID-19 situation would happen and hold the economy and our freedom to move, at ransom.
The public seen taking their one period of daily exercise permitted during the coronavirus lockdown at Primrose Hill in London, United Kingdom.
There are 30 million small businesses in America, and in the face of government-ordered quarantines, many are on a death spiral as their revenues approach zero and expenses accumulate.
Whilst the current pandemic induced crisis is yet to reach its peak, and is leaving a trail of personal and economic destruction, we should expect a new landscape to emerge, in many respects, when the dust settles.
Fintech Beat sits down with Jonah Crane to discuss how important (or not) is size in surviving the economic slowdown, and whether firms and customers can transition regulatorily and technologically in time to protect themselves.