Toronto can boast of multiple factors that altogether create a perfect environment for fintech development.
German automotive giant is launching its own ‘on-the-go’ payment solution to let drivers pay for the company’s mobility services using their mobile phones.
One of the leading private banks in India is accepting applications for its new fintech accelerator program aimed at facilitating innovation in the financial sector.
Seven large banks are collaborating to make domestic and cross-border commerce easier for European small and medium-sized enterprises.
The consortium is making progress in developing common standards for connecting IoT devices, while other market players propose their own interoperable solutions.
Former chief executive of Worldpay gets approval from UK regulators to launch a new bank that will provide financial services for fintech businesses worldwide.
The bank estimates the growing number of mobile payments and becomes one of the first ones to offer all five mobile payment options.
Deloitte is opening its second blockchain lab to focus on providing blockchain-powered solutions for its clients in the financial sector.
The companies have entered a two-year agreement aimed at the development of secure blockchain-based ways to exchange health data.
Electronics giant might soon launch a mini version of its mobile payment system and an upcoming artificial intelligence voice assistant Bixby.
With fintech quickly gaining traction around the world, the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow is planning to launch the first fintech degree in the UK.
The Seam is forming a new consortium in collaboration with IT giant IBM to provide distributed ledger solutions for the cotton businesses globally.
Blockchain technology company Bitfury Group together with international law company Covington will launch a new blockchain advocacy group later this month.