The company has successfully completed the first day of trading, what demonstrates the growing investor interest in Japan’s fintech industry
London fintech start-up Curve adds New Zealand accounting software Xero to its app to make online payments easier.
The platform is expected to become the largest digital currency exchange in South Korea, allowing investors to trade in more than 110 cryptocurrencies.
The European Central Bank plans to create licensing guidelines for financial technology firms.
AutoFi Inc, a Fintech startup specialized in auto industry, announced that it raised $10 million in Series A funding.
One of South Korea’s first digital-only banks signs up more than one million account holders in its first few days surpassing another online-only K-Bank.
The London-based financial technology startup will enable customers in the United States to transfer money via its platform using Apple Pay.
B2Broker has launched new solution for brokers working with Meta Trader 5
The UK-based payments company will use the investments to further expand its operations and allow users to purchase and sell digital currency.
Curve provides one card that can aggregate all of their existing Mastercard and Visa payment cards and lets you retroactively switch the card you use to pay.
Regulatory authorities in Denmark and Singapore have announced a cooperation agreement to boost financial technology innovation in both countries.
The countries have announced a collaboration agreement to support promising fintech businesses and to share information about regulatory changes and economic developments.