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JPMorgan advises Bitcoin price might crash after sudden sell-off

News | Cryptocurrencies | 19 Jan 2021

As Bitcoin trades lower, analysts at Wall Street investment bank JPMorgan have warned there could be an investor exodus unless Bitcoin reclaims its USD 40,000 highs.

Bitcoin price, JPMorgan, cryptocurrency, crypto, investors, GBT, Bitcoin Trust, USD

SoftBank files for a USD 525 mln SPAC IPO

News | Payments General | 24 Dec 2020

An affiliate of SoftBank Group and its Vision Fund has filed to raise USD 525 million in a blank-check company offering.

Softbank, funding, Vision Fund, SPAC, investors, SVF Investment, NASDAQ, stocks

tabby raises USD 23 mln in new funding round

News | Ecommerce | 08 Dec 2020

UAE-based buy-now-pay-later solution provider tabby has raised USD 23 million from a range of investors, including Mubadala Capital. 

tabby, UAE, MENA, funding round, funding, investing, investors

Current raises USD 131 mln in series C funding

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 27 Nov 2020

US-based challenger bank Current has announced it has raised USD 131 million in Series C funding, led by Tiger Global Management.

Current, funding, challenger bank, neobank, digital banking, mobile banking, Tiger Global Management, investors, debit card

Challenger bank Starling to raise additional capital

News | Payments General | 09 Nov 2020

UK-based challenger bank, Starling, has announced it is on track to be profitable by Christmas, but this does not mean it is not out raising additional capital already, according to TechCrunch.

Starling Bank, challenger banks, UK, funding, SMEs, investors, business accounts

Accelerating Asia, Amazon Web Services roll out Amplify

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 22 Sep 2020

Singapore-based accelerator and venture fund Accelerating Asia has launched a virtual accelerator program, Amplify, in collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Accelerating Asia, Amazon Web Services, Amplify, Singapore, Accelerating Asia, AWS, startups, Asia, promotional credits, AWS Activate, investors

Ziglu opens crowdfunding round

News | Cryptocurrencies | 21 Sep 2020

Challenger and FCA-authorised Electronic Money Institution Ziglu have opened a crowdfunding round to the public. 

Ziglu, crowdfunding, challenger, FCA, authorisation, Electronic Money Institution, Product Development, global challenger, investors, crypto exchange, cryptocurrency, P2P payments, digital payments, UK account, digital assets, cyber-attacks, fiat currencies, 5th money laundering directive, crypto assets

Citi, JP Morgan, and State Street invest in fintech Capitolis

News | Payments General | 11 Sep 2020

JP Morgan, Citigroup, and State Street have invested USD 11 million in Capitolis, a US-based technology startup that seeks to help banks use capital more efficiently, according to Reuters.

Citi, JP Morgan, State Street, Spark Capital, Index Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Capitolis, fintech, startup, Reuters, US, United States, banks, capital, software, capital markets, liquidity, financial institutions, trading, financial crisis, risky trades, capital banks, residual trades, derivatives portfolios, investors

Waterdrop secures USD 230 mln for its insurance platform

News | Payments General | 21 Aug 2020

China-based Waterdrop has announced a USD 230 million round of funding jointly led by two strategic investors, Swiss Re and returning investor Tencent.

Waterdrop, China, insurance platform, investors, funding, Swiss Re, Tencent, IDG Capital, Wisdom Choice Global Fund, Series D, valuation, platform, partnership, healthcare, Haoyaofu

HSBC, Asian Development Bank partner for Covid-19 supply chains support

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 30 Jul 2020

HSBC and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) have announced a supply chain finance programme to support companies that provide Covid-19-related supplies.

HSBC, Asian Development Bank, COVID19, supply chain finance, Asian SMEs, medical supply chains, financing, suppliers, banks, manufacturers, investors, healthcare professionals

B2B payments 2019-2020 – key drivers of innovation

Voice of the Industry | Payments General | 27 Jul 2020

An overview of some of the B2B payments trends and initiatives from late-2019 to mid-2020, the Covid-19 impact, the productisation of B2B payments, and future perspectives for this industry

B2B payments, fintech, virtual cards, B2B transactions, cards, investments, acquisitions, digital payments, innovation, partnerships, coronavirus, expansion, corporate cards, cross-border payments, commercial payments, investors, fraud, card schemes, businesses, PSPs, payments, suppliers, digitisation, corporates, banks, payment providers, travel, expenses, commercial card

FX trading, forex licensing, and fraud - Exclusive interview with Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission

Interviews | Payments General | 18 May 2020

Demetra Kalogerou, Chairwoman of Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission, discusses CySEC `s mission, the process of licensing forex brokers, forex scams, payments, and how Covid-19 is impacting the FX trading and crypto industry

CySEC, Demetra Kalogerou, forex brokers, forex scams, payments, FX trading, licensing, COVID-19, regulations, legislation, supervision, policymaking, CIF, FCA, FINMA, investors, funds, money laundering, terrorist financing, foreign exchange market

NatWest gives GBP 5.5 mln to VoxSmart for growth acceleration

News | Payments General | 27 Mar 2020

The communications surveillance tech company for financial markets VoxSmart has announced a strategic funding round of GBP 5.5 million (USD 7.2 mln) from NatWest

UK, fintech, VoxSmart, funding, NatWest, financial services, surveillance, financial markets, investors

Evarvest selects Judopay for financial inclusion among investors

News | Mobile Payments | 03 Mar 2020

Judopay, a mobile-first payment provider, has announced its partnership with Evarvest to deliver a new payment experience for its mobile app investors. 

Evarvest, Judopay, financial inclusion, investors, fintech, payments

Uphold reveals commission-free crypto trading and user interface

News | Cryptocurrencies | 30 Jan 2020

Digital money platform Uphold has introduced zero-commission trading on cryptos, to open up affordable access to new asset classes for millions of retail investors.

Uphold, commission-free, cryptocurrency, trading, digital money, retail, ETF, investors, exchange, accounts, withdrawal, credit cards, debit cards

Raiz to bring BTC fund options to Australian retail investors

News | Cryptocurrencies | 21 Jan 2020

Australia-based micro-investment startup Raiz has planned to bring Bitcoin (BTC) fund options to its users, Cointelegraph suggests.

Raiz, Bitcoin, Australia, retail, investors, startup, fintech, accounts, exchange, trade, digital assets, cryptocurrency, ASIC

Know Your Customer selected by CapBridge for retail digital onboarding

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 07 Nov 2019

Singapore-based CapBridge has partnered with Know Your Customer to deliver client onboarding to retail investors of its private market platform.

CapBridge, Know Your Customer, security, digital onboarding, retailer, investors, partnership, AML, KYC, compliance, financial institutions, mobile, ID verification, management

Australian Police charges five people for crypto investment fraud

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 12 Aug 2019

The Australian Police has charged five people for deceiving over 100 investors into handing over around USD 1.83 million, believing that they were generating significant profit.

Australia, cryptocurrency, fraud prevention, crypto scam, investors, money laundering

tZEROs Crypto App is available on Android

News | Cryptocurrencies | 26 Jul 2019

tZERO has revealed that an Android version of its recently launched cryptocurrency mobile app – the tZERO Crypto App – is now available.

tZERO, Crypto App, Android, cryptocurrency, digital assets, investors, exchanges, custody, compliance, Bitcoin, Ethereum, safety, biometrics, authentication, private key

Lawsuit claims Lyft misled investors in its IPO prospectus

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 21 May 2019

A class-action lawsuit has claimed Lyft misled investors in its filing to go public, and its shares dipped as much as 3.6%, while the stock ended trading up 1.6%.

Lyft, lawsuit, investors, IPO prospectus, fraud, misleading, stock, shares, US, mischief, market share, safety