TransferWise has taken a decision to introduce its debit card for customers in New Zealand and Australia offering a lot of benefits especially for those clients who will use their card abroad.
Online payments firm Klarna, which has attracted a growing following with its “buy now, pay later” service for shoppers, said it had raised $460 million in a funding round that makes it Europe’s most valuable fintech startup.
The movement around decentralized finance (DeFi) is gaining swift traction, and many believe that it’s DeFi that will dominate blockchain space. Let’s find out what it is and why DeFi is such a big deal for the crypto community.
While TransferWise believes that blockchain has no significant advantage over existing systems, we decided to burst the myths startup communicates.
The deal will let Monzo users send money from their current account to 16 of the most popular currencies, with some more added in the future.
Revolut allows its users to spend, store, send, and receive payments from both – cryptocurrency accounts and bank accounts.
Cryptocurrencies are no longer a passing fad – blockchain is changing the standards of the financial systems. Bitcoin, Ether and Ripple have initially stimulated the development of numerous start-ups, but today they experience the increasing interest on the part of traditional financial institutions.
The London-based financial technology startup will enable customers in the United States to transfer money via its platform using Apple Pay.
The UK’s central bank has developed its own Proof of Concept ledger and will make the next version of its interbank payments system compatible with settlement in a distributed ledger.
The users of Number26 banking app will now be able to send money overseas via TransferWise platform.