As COVID-19 rages on across the world, the affects on the FinTech segment of the economy is already letting itself be known.
FinTech unicorns and startups to face a coronavirus-created “vicious cycle” that could slash their...
The global COVID-19 outbreak could worsen business and funding conditions as well as changing private FinTechs’ exit options, according to a new report.
iCapital Network, which is helping boost connectivity in the alternative investing market, has raised $146m in its new funding round.
Vivriti Capital, a digital marketplace which connects investors and companies, has bagged $50m in its Series B round, coming less than a year since its former round.
London-based foreign exchange FinTech Ebury has signed a partnership with Portuguese bank Crédito Agrícola.
South Korean peer-to-peer money transfer company Viva Republica is one step closer to becoming the nation’s second FinTech company allowed to operate a platform-based brokerage service.
Last week Robinhood faced outrage from its users after they had been unable to tap into their accounts on one of the busiest trading days this year. Now it has happened again.
AlphaPoint, a platform helping organisations tokenize assets and build marketplaces, has collected $5.6m in funding.
Robinhood, the commission-free stock-trading app, suffered a service outage earlier this week that left customers furious. However, experts believe users’ threats to take legal action will be difficult to follow up.
Robinhood’s founders have apologised for its users being unable to tap into their accounts. But angry users snapped back that it's too little, too late to say sorry.