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Australia’s largest bank to integrate Bitcoin services in app

  By FintechNews staff Summary:  -Australia’s largest bank will reportedly allow its customers to buy, sell, and hold bitcoin starting next year. -Commonwealth Bank’s customer base of 6.5...
Constellation enables, secure data aggregation for credit union members

Constellation enables, secure data aggregation for credit union members

  By FintechNews staff -Constellation Digital Partners just added a unique data aggregation service to its platform. It allows account information to be accessible to other...
The prepaid debit cards can also be activated and deactivated on the platform and payment restrictions prevent cards being used for gambling and adult services.

New UK fintech Cleva launched its payments system for home care agencies

By FintechNews Staff Summary: -New payments platform gives care agencies a quick, safe, and simple way for staff to pay for shopping and other expenses on...
Top 100 Fintech startups making a breakthrough in 2021

Top 100 Fintech startups making a breakthrough in 2021

  As we all use mobile banking and make transactions just a click these days, whether it be financial applications to calculate EMIs or insurances,...
Bitcoin breaches its all-time high, but there´s plenty more to go

Bitcoin breaches its all-time high, but there´s plenty more to go

  It isn’t every week that bitcoin sets a new all-time high, so this week was filled with celebration, especially as the first two bitcoin...

Cryptocurrency poses risks, opportunities for US public finance

  A limited number of US public finance issuers are encouraging cryptocurrency (crypto) ventures and exploring the use of crypto as a form of exchange...
Facebook scales back its crypto ambitions once again

Facebook scales back its crypto ambitions once again

  Facebook is launching a small pilot of its cryptocurrency wallet named Novi. A limited number of people in the U.S. and Guatemala can sign up to Novi...
5 best crypto wallets of 2021

5 best crypto wallets of 2021

  Crypto wallets are an essential tool for buying, trading and selling cryptocurrencies. Traders need them to store crypto securely, as well as to protect...
Which are the Prominent Personal Finance Mobile Apps? 1. Intuit Intuit Mint is a personal finance management company formally established in 2006 by Aaron Patzer. The company operates in the U.S. and Canada with more than 20 Mn users. It offers the application for two of the most widespread operating systems - Android and iOS, which led to increase the flexibility of its services. 2. Chime Chime is a San Francisco-based Fintech company established back in 2013 by Chris Bitt and Ryan King. The company provides a connected approach through mobile apps to banking services that gives it complete control on finances. Its mobile app is available for iPhones and Android devices, and more than 10 Mn downloads have been recorded at the Google App Store. 3. Digit Digit is a wealth management app company based in San Francisco U.S. The company uses machine learning and numerous financial practices to save and invest the money of users. Digit is available on both Play Store and Apple Store. 4. Albert Albert is a wealth management application firm based in California, United States. The company offers diverse services, from budgeting, saving, investing, and financial advisory. Albert can be used on iOS and Android-based devices. 5. Prism Prism is a bill management and bill payment platform that offers to pay bills on multiple platforms and delivers financial well-being. The company has more than 30 Mn users and thousands of financial institutions. Prism also offers personal budgeting to its users and is available for iOS and Android devices

Overall time spent on investment and trading apps increased Y-o-Y more than 50% in...

By FintechNews staff   Increasing penetration of smartphones and the Internet across the globe is likely to augment demand over the coming years. Currently, global penetration...
Revolut becomes the latest fintech to cut fees for banking and crypto trades

Revolut becomes the latest fintech to cut fees for banking and crypto trades

  Revolut, which started in the United Kingdom and quietly launched in the U.S. in March 2020, is cutting down the number of fees its...

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  By FintechNews staff - N26 has launched its “2021 Global Digital Banking Index” – an analysis of surveys and research done with over 47,000 banking...
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  By FintechNews staff -Blockchain introduced radical, innovative trends that imposed a formidable impact on almost all industries, including finance, supply chain management, and healthcare. Now, almost every...
first NFT collection of an authentic T-Rex fossil

The first NFT collection of an authentic T-Rex fossil

  By FintechNews staff -MetaRex will unveil the world’s first NFT collection of an authentic T-Rex fossil, in a sale that’s due to take place mid-December....