Episode Six, a U.S.-based payments technology provider, announced Wednesday it has secured a $7 million funding commitment from numerous investors in a recently closed Series A funding. The round was led by HSBC, with the participation of Mastercard and...
British-owned company Mode launched an iOS app for its Bitcoin banking services. Coin Telegraph reported that the firm is financially supported by Twitter and Medium co-founder Biz Stone. The app seeks to minimize issues known in the Bitcoin blockchain...
Durham-based software provider Spreedly announced a $75 million growth investment from Spectrum Equity, last Nov. 13, 2019. Spreedly is a leading provider of online and mobile payment operations software that enables the high growth of global businesses. According to the...
The New York-based financial tech company Better.com is calling Queen City its new home as a move to accommodate its rapid growth. The company announced last Sept. 16 its decision to create a new hub at the World Trade Center...
Chinese mobile phone manufacturer, Oppo, announced its new financial technology services armed named Oppo Kash last Monday, March 2, 2020. The company’s new financial services arm comes in the wake of other smartphone manufacturers venturing into the fintech space,...
Financial technology firm and Neobank Varo Money made a historical breakthrough as it gained the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s (FDIC) approval last February 10, 2020. The FDIC’s approval will allow the fintech company to provide customer deposit facilities for...
UK-based fintech company, Jaja, sets its sights on acquiring the Bank of Ireland’s credit card business. Following this, the financial technology firm reportedly paid $671 million in cold, hard cash. Last week, the mobile business Jaja announced that it will...
Chinese tech company Huawei recently announced its participation in the digital payments arena with a cloud-based solution, according to a post on the firm’s website. This new service was announced during the Better World Summit 2020. During the Summit, Director...
Klarna, a Sweden-based fintech company, is the first to support two major climate change campaigns. The partnership with Climate Pledge and the Race to Zero project has been unveiled recently by the international retail bank and financial services provider. Klarna...
Cross-border payment startup Instarem or Nium, ditched the bid for a digital banking license, focusing on business-to-business payments. The startup is the first one to withdraw from the digital banking license in Singapore for fintech companies who wish to conduct...

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