The Teletubbies announced today that, in response to the overwhelming global demand for cryptocurrencies, they have launched TubbyCoin, an innovative new cryptocurrency employing the groundbreaking power of HugTech.
In a fascinating move Venezuela, which has been a basket-case economy ever since Hugo Chavez died in 2013, has dropped their national currency (the bolivar) and any ties to the US dollar, and decided to link their national currency to bitcoin instead.
The increase in easily accessible and scalable technologies, and an increase in mobile technology consumers, would be the reasons for the rise of this type of enterprise.
Regional and mid-cap banks account for almost 30% of the country’s banking assets, yet have significantly under-performed both larger and smaller financial institutions in the past year from an account growth perspective.
If you need any more proof that the pandemic accelerated consumers’ adoption of digital services, new research from Cornerstone Advisors revealed that more than three-quarters of Americans who have a smartphone are now mobile banking users.
The UK FinTech sector received a record investment of £3 billion in 2020, making the UK the second largest FinTech market globally, following the US.
HighRadius, which has developed AI-powered fintech software, announced Tuesday it has raised $300 million in a Series C funding round led by D1 Capital and Tiger Global.
With emerging Fintech services taking the world of finance by storm, it might seem like banks are in for a struggle.
We delve into the mysterious world of NFTs, how they work, their relationship with DeFi and what they could mean for fintech
Seven or eight years ago, when I was professionally managing money, I remember being wildly bullish following a meeting with a FinTech analyst.
What's on people's minds these days? This major study exclusively from The Financial Brand looks at the most important Google search trends in the banking industry — what consumers and executives in financial institutions have been looking for, and how the patterns have been reshaped by COVID.
Mastercard, a global pioneer in payments innovation and technology, has joined FinTech Australia as an ecosystem partner and as an event partner for the 2021 Finnie Awards.