NatWest is piloting using customers’ fingerprints to approve bank card purchases over £30
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Startup that allows users to invest in portfolio playlists wants to be the ‘Spotify for investment’.
A new platform allows NGOs to raise money by mining cryptocurrency while a computer is idle.
A company partnership has created a system using blockchain to allow vendors without a credit rating to take out short-term loans.
A new financial product offers shoppers instant loans at point of sale for online and brick-and-mortar shopping.
DrnkPay is set to help users rope themselves in when they’ve had too much to drink and bars them from using their cards and online banks.
Root is a programmable bank account that provides flexibility and individualised solutions by allowing free development of bank interfaces and credit card rules.
$10 million raised in 6 hours as venture-capital company issues its own ‘investment’ digital coins.
Honeyfi is a new service that aims to help couples budget and communicate well about money.
Mastercard recently unveiled its biometric credit card that uses the owner’s fingerprint to authorize payments in place of a pin number.
Idoid app helps users record ideas that they can then save up to achieve money savings using a connected piggy bank.
Moneo is a new international marketplace for expert freelancers, including blockchain consultants, that manages all payments via bitcoin.
No-fee online banking service Ellipses builds personalized objectives to help users get to the best possible financial situation.
Danish-based app has the capability to contain everything that is today hosted in the leather wallet from ID card through to driving license.
Payment transfer service uses Facebook Messenger so that users can pay bills without access to the internet.
Nigeria’s Wema Bank Plc recently introduced its Wema Bank on Wheels to provide regular branch and ATM services to customers anywhere in the country.
New app allows users to earn bitcoin by answering questions from people outside their network.
The financial app provides migrant workers with secure access to domestic and international banking services, most of which were previously too expensive.
US-based startup uses an algorithm to vet commercial lawsuits and finance those with potential for success.