Financial sector lacks technology products to reach every user wherever they are located. Today around 2.5 billion people (out of 7.8 billion world population) do not have access to financial services.
Technology expected to play pivotal role in helping 1.7 billion people around the world who still have no access to financial services
PayPal Holdings Inc PYPL.O said on Wednesday it will allow customers to hold bitcoin and other virtual coins in its online wallet and shop using cryptocurrencies at the 26 million merchants on its network.
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Banks might be forced to charge millions of people to keep their bank accounts open. For fintechs fighting to break even, it could be fatal
In the past few days, promising insurtech ventures competed for top honors, based on impact to the insurance landscape. Innovators were awarded in categories of underwriting platforms, analytics usage among others.
City-state lures foreign entrepreneurs with special visas and financial support
Ant Group continues to roll out blockchain-based platforms, announcing a way for content creators to protect their copyright on Thursday.
Two weeks after Mastercard invested in Marqeta, its archrival, Visa, has taken a stake in another fintech, Global Processing Services, or GPS.
U.S.-based crypto exchange Kraken is once more letting Japanese residents fund their accounts and trade crypto on its platform.
Visa has launched its Tap to Phone technology, which enables Android handsets to be used for accepting NFC payments, in more than 15 markets, with the US to follow in 2021.