US startup PureWrist is seeking to raise $20,000 on IndieGogo to begin live production of a contactless, wearable payment bracelet
A $3 million pot put up by JPMorgan Chase is being split between nine finetch startups that have won a competition aimed at finding ways to help households better manage their money.
Bitreserve has hired former MasterCard security executive William Denning, and introduced what it claims is the world's first zero-cost money transfer and currency exchange service.
Standard Chartered has appointed its first group chief innovation officer, promoting head of risk innovation Anju Patwardhan to the newly-created position.
Facebook is working with e-commerce platform Shopify to extend testing of its 'buy' button, which lets users purchase products without leaving the social network.
German banking systems company Wincor Nixdorf has denied press reports that it is in talks about a takeover by US rival Diebold.
Police across Europe have arrested 49 suspected members of a cyber-gang accused of stealing EUR6 million through man-in-the-middle fraud.
A new and larger premises has been announced for Sydney’s independent fintech hub, Stone & Chalk, which has outgrown its first home before even moving in.
Customers of Australia's Commonwealth Bank can now track the movement of share prices and perform everyday banking tasks with a tap of their wrists following the release of two new smartwatch apps.
Brits hoping to get rich quick will soon be able to buy their lottery tickets with the Barclays Pingit app.
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