Team AltFi may have spent most of 2020 in lockdown... but we also downloaded quite a few apps.
The reason PPP has fallen short and many stimulus checks went unsent this year is that, when it comes to money, there is no direct connection between consumers and government.
Nearly every industry had to pivot, in multiple ways, to adapt to the challenges brought on by 2020.
The deal bolsters IBM's payments-as-a-service offerings.
New financial technologies hold out great benefits to developing nations, but they also come with considerable risks.
French fintech startup Lydia has extended its Series B round. Accel is leading the extension with all major existing shareholders also participating.
According to the SEC’s order, between 2015 and late 2018, Robinhood made misleading statements in customer communications about its largest revenue source - payments from trading firms in exchange for Robinhood sending its customer orders to those firms for execution.
Amazon.com, Facebook, Walmart and other corporate giants may soon give Wall Street a run for its money as a key U.S. regulator is smoothing the path for nonbanks to get into lending.
It’s a good day to be a bitcoiner. The top cryptocurrency by market cap officially crossed the $20,000 level, according to CoinDesk’s Bitcoin Price Index.
GoCardless, the London fintech that aims to become the one-stop shop globally for businesses that want to let customers pay via recurring bank payments, has raised $95 million in Series F funding.
Traditional banks are now taking the plunge and coming out with crypto-related services. The shift coincides with bitcoin’s price hitting all-time highs in December.