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Toronto-based Wave, a financial platform for small business owners, has announced a new payments solution created in partnership with Visa.
Element AI and Gore Mutual Insurance Company are working together to integrate Element AI’s Underwriting Partner software with insurance company’s underwriting practice.
Leapwork already has many clients, from tier-one banks and global healthcare firms to aerospace and software companies, and plans to expand in the U.S.
The news, first spotted and posted on Twitter by James Whatley, means that Facebook might shift to its own crypto-currency, a type of stablecoin, for money transfers.
Uber announced it’s bringing Apple Pay support to its food ordering app in almost 20 markets, including Canada.
Pilot helps startups and small businesses manage their back office. Chief executive officer Daher admits it may seem a little boring, but the market opportunity is undeniably huge.
Lendified, a Toronto-based FinTech, announced that it has closed a $15 million CAD Series A funding round, in order to continue its growth within Canada.
An executive at electronics giant HTC is leading a new $50 million blockchain-focused venture capital fund, Proof of Capital, that includes a partnership with the firm.
India’s central bank is setting up a FinTech sandbox that may include blockchain startups and tools – but notably, explicitly excludes any cryptocurrency-related projects.
Bankin’, a Paris, France-based app that connects with banks manage money, raised €20m in Series B funding.