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Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) recently launched NOMI Budgets, a new AI-powered solution available through its mobile app.
Dell Technologies has unveiled a handful of new solutions aimed at equipping customers with the tech required to take advantage of “transformative” trends including 5G, artificial intelligence (AI), cloud, and security.
The report found that PayTech is, by far, the largest FinTech sector in Canada.
Ahead of its Build developer conference, Microsoft is going a step further by launching Azure Blockchain Services, a fully managed service that allows for the formation, management and governance of consortium blockchain networks.
Divvy has raised $200 million in venture capital as the Utah-based FinTech continues to grapple with its rapid growth rate.
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Plum, the world’s first AI-powered personal money management chatbot has achieved 433% user growth in one year, growing from 75,000 to 400,000 users.
It’s the first institutional round for the company; it’s also one of the biggest Series A rounds ever for a European company.
India overtook China in funding as China’s fintech funding fell off in Q1 of 2019, accordingto the Global FinTech Fundraising report by CB Insights.
Around 40 entities lobbied for bitcoin (BTC) and blockchain-related causes in the United States in Q1 2019, political news site Roll Call reported.
The company’s first funding round was led by Insight Partners and DST Global, with Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC, Blossom Capital, Endeavor Catalyst, and others also contributing.