Our first top story of the week gives an answer on how Google keeps changing financial marketing. Another interesting story deals with the question if every company will be a fintech company. These two and a lot more interesting stories keep you updated in the world of fintech. Thanks for reading - Max and the FinTech Weekly team
Cryptocurrency and peer-to-peer lending are helping upend norms in consumer finance.
In the not-too-distant future, I believe nearly every company will derive a significant portion of its revenue from financial services.
20 years ago Google began taking advertising, and what started as a search engine became a marketing behemoth.
Too many deals, too little time per deal, and constant hyper-competition with other VCs for the same equity.
A lot of smart people have already weighed in on what this deal might mean for Visa and the industry. Here are four different “views”
A few days ago the classic debate over who is the world's capital of Fintech again hit the Twitterverse as it does periodically.
Vodafone has become the latest Associate Member to quit Facebook's beleaguered digital currency project, Libra.
The birth and growth of financial technology developed mostly over the last ten years.
Over the past 100 years the financial industry has largely excluded people in retirement
It may also be a bellwether for the year: 2020 may be the year for fintech. Four important and interlocking trends will drive this.
The world is moving towards digitalisation in true sense. Digital payments are strengthening the movement. Staggering statistics are coming to the fore that are pointing at the extent to which people are embracing fintech.
Davos delegates urgently need to commit to fintech this year, according to the CEO of one of the world’s largest independent financial services and advisory organisations