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Is Ireland the Next Global Fintech Hub?

Ireland is well-positioned both geographically and culturally to become the next big fintech hub that connects the UK, EU, and US. The country has one of the most youthful populations in the entirety of the EU. About one-third of the population is under 25 and those under 34 make up just under half. In addition …

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Mastercard Invests in Multiple Black-Owned Businesses

The global fintech market has opened opportunities seemingly for all people willing to put in the work, regardless of location or resources. Investors have made huge strides in supporting ideas and giving those the means to bring their incredible ideas into fruition onto a world stage. Mastercard has been at the forefront of much fintech …

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British Fintech TrueLayer to Challenge Visa and Mastercard

The fintech industry is allowing innovators from every corner of the world to have their bright ideas broadcasted on a global stage. Many fintech startups are even challenging long standing financial institutions as some of these corporations are having a difficult time adapting in this fast-paced environment, such as commercial banks like JPMorgan Chase. When …

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JPMorgan Chase Faces Possible Obsolescence in Fintech World

The rapidly accelerating global fintech market has shaken up the financial world tremendously and has demanded long existing financial institutions to reevaluate how they do business and the services they offer customers. The pandemic has been one of the leading causes of this rapid fintech acceleration, as many people worldwide have begun preferring to do …

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Volt and Railsbank Announce Partnership

Volt is an Australian neobank service committed to helping customers save money when applying for a loan or taking on debt, without all the hidden fees and tricks of traditional banks. They have recently announced that they will be joining forces with UK based fintech Railsbank, which is designed to help make financial services more …

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Respected Financial Investor Promotes Startup Pollinate

Alastair Lukies, who is among one of the top business advisors of UK prime minister Boris Johnson, has led the charge in investing in a British-based fintech company. Lukies was among some of the first investors in technology giants such as Twitter and Trivago back when those were mere startups. Based on his general expertise …

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Mastercard Attempts to Jump on Early Fintech Trends

Mastercard was one of the first companies to release statements after Tesla CEO Elon Musk made waves earlier this year by purchasing nearly €1.2 billion worth of bitcoin and announced that Tesla will soon start accepting it as a payment method among traditional ones. While Musk’s announcement seemed to be open to most cryptos, Mastercard …

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Lunu Accelerates World’s Crypto Payments

Some major questions owners of bitcoin have had going forward are which companies and banks will be willing to allow them to transact in cryptos, which currencies will be compatible with their services, and how seamless will it be compared to transactions in standard currencies such as euros or pounds. Well revolutionary new fintech startup …

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Fintech Races to Aid Companies Looking to Keep Competitive

The banking industry did wonders to get fintech to where it is today, as perhaps the world’s most rapidly accelerating and profitable sector. Now that coupled with bitcoin’s recent explosion has led many less tech-savvy companies to desperately fight to stay afloat in this drastically changing world. For as sophisticated as many fintechs already are, …

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