Total funding in the sector over the last five years surpassed $66bn as digital payment methods become more common.
Britain has fallen behind other countries like Sweden when it comes to removing physical money from its economy. However, the COVID-19 outbreak might change that.
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.
While the UK and France may prefer credit cards and e-wallets, the rest of Europe would rather pay other ways when buying things online.
Global money transfer company MoneyGram saw the number of transactions being made through its platform grow by 60% year-over-year through February.
FinTech solution integrating expert Rapyd has made no secret of its global ambitions. Now, the unicorn has taken another step to realising its vision through a new Visa partnership.
The EU’s new strong customer authentication (SCA) rules have put more pressure on online retailers to ensure shoppers are who they say they are. Now, a UK-based FinTech might have a solution.
Millennials are driving the FinTech evolution in everything from payments to banking. Now, a Visa executive is arguing that FinTechs better pay attention.
Samsung has strengthened its hold of the African market by signing up South African financial services group Nedbank as its latest Samsung Pay partner.