Nigerian-based FinTech Wallets Africa, which gives consumers an app to manage their money, has closed a new investment round as it looks to grow its presence in Africa.
The collapse of Wirecard has sent shock waves through the FinTech industry, cut customers off from their money and raised some serious questions about the role of regulators.
The alarm has been sounded regarding a vulnerability in some of the world's most popular cryptocurrency wallets.
TransferWise secures licence to begin offering investment products, but don’t expect it to become...
UK-based international money transfer FinTech TransferWise has announced that it may start to offer investment products in the future after picking up a new licence.
WEX, which builds simplified payment systems for businesses, has closed a $400m investment from private equity firm Warburg Pincus.
Holvi customers can now use their cards again after the Finnish digital banking service for freelancers suspended its services on the back of the Wirecard scandal.
Dutch online bank Knab prides itself on supplying a human service backed by the latest technology. To that end, it has just teamed up with biometrics company iProov.
Axiata Digital, the digital service division of telecommunications conglomerate Axiata Group, has received $70m in funding to support the growth of its digital financial services.
Digital payments and trading on the stock exchange has been suspended in Zimbabwe in response to what President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government called “criminality and economic sabotage," Reuters reported.
UK-based FinTech Bud has launched an open banking and PSD2-compliant solution to provide an alternative to card payments and bank transfers.