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Toronto-based Newton, a no-fee mobile cryptocurrency platform, has partnered with fellow Toronto company Balance, a cryptocurrency custodian.
Speaking with BetaKit, Dinaro Ly, the Director of Innovation and Community Partnerships at Interac, shared what inspired Interac to partner with Elevate, how the company is involved in the festival, and what to keep an eye out for.
GoCardless, the London FinTech that aims to become the one-stop shop globally for businesses that want to let customers pay via recurring bank payments, has launched a U.S. debit solution.
The deal makes Deposit Solutions Germany’s second-largest FinTech unicorn.
Two Canadian startups have announced fresh funding rounds to fuel their growth. Here’s the latest on who raised how much, and from whom.
The money represents a significant boost to CircleUp’s loans business, which has originated more than $300 million in loans since its 2017 launch.
FinTech startup Groww said that the funds will be used to double the employee count to over 200, and hire across functions of engineering, product, and growth teams.
Trulioo, a Vancouver-based FinTech startup focused on global identity verification, has raised a total of $70 million CAD from a number of large financial institutions.
FinTech startup FairMoney is building a challenger bank in Nigeria.
The London FinTech aiming to become the ‘Spotify for money’ raised $55 million using this pitch deck
“It’s rare to see Series B of this size in the market, and it is indeed pretty unique to the fintech vertical we’re in.”
Known for its quiet and steady growth, Stripe said on Thursday that it received new funding that made it worth $35 billion.
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