Railsbank, the open banking and compliance platform, has picked up further investment, following the company’s $10 million Series A in September 2019.
With almost all small businesses suffering from unprecedented financial pressures during the COVID-19 shutdown, short-term forgivable loans are not enough for long-term survival.
We are in the middle of a global economic crisis.
Humans are social animals. We create languages, paint pictures, and sing songs in order to communicate and connect with one another.
The startup behind the bitcoin-friendly shopping app Fold just joined the Visa Fast Track Program to issue a card that offers bitcoin rewards instead of traditional reward points.
Banks and financial services institutions can use digital technologies to improve customer service during the coronavirus crisis, according to McKinsey
Bitcoin's (BTC) upcoming halving – a once-every-four-years reduction in the supply of new units of the cryptocurrency – has got traders, analysts and gawkers abuzz over the potential price impact.
The UK government hasn't asked a single fintech to help with its coronavirus business interruption loan scheme (CBILS) — why not?
Biometric technology is turning out to be the “X factor” for FinTech invention.
Yapily, one of a number of fintech startups that offer an opening banking API to let enterprises, such as financial service providers and merchants, connect to banks, has raised $13 million in Series A funding. Leading the round is Lakestar, which is also a backer of fintech unicorn Revolut.
Personal loan balances are growing at a fast rate. According to TransUnion data, unsecured personal loan balances reached a record high of $156 billion in 2019.
Brett King and Jason Henrichs focus on the swift response of Asian countries to this Pandemic and the lessons the global community can learn from it. Plus the fintech response and the digital implications.