Is the intensity of banking innovation really heating up?
A Facebook patent application uncovered by Bank Innovation looks like the social media giant is working on a PFM app.
What’s the message behind the major two major updates of fintech apps this week? Belly and Level Money, two upstart fintech apps, released major upgrades this week — Belly yesterday and Level Money on Wednesday. Belly, a rewards app, added a feature called Belly Bites, where users can redeem freeRead More
While there seems to be a new fintech startup every day, some of the industry’s expert have been studying and analyzing the market for years now. Which means their opinions matter. Here are eight ideas for fintech startups that leverage that knowledge.
Simple is in many ways the crown jewel of the financial technology startup industry. With its modern, intuitive, user interface, responsive customer service, mobile-first, branchless strategy, Simple represents the future that financial innovators hope for. It should be noted that it was announced in February that Simple would be acquired by BBVA, makingRead More
American Express released a major update to its Bluebird and Serve iOS apps yesterday to make them easier to use and perform better.
The tech startup industry has a number of hot industries — the Internet of Things marketplace is wide open, biotechnology still remains underrepresented, etc. Critics, like Annie Lowrey, are saying that the number of startups is actually shrinking.
Fintech is overflowing with startups, all of them more innovative than the last. We picked our top 8 “under the radar” companies.
How is fintech different between the U.S. and Europe? We asked some experts.
I’m not one for “list” blogs, such as “The 13 Worst Things You Can Buy On eBay That Are Made Out Of Loom Bands” or “29 Genius Ways To Consume More Tequila,” which means I might not be Buzzfeed’s optimum visitor.
Sometimes, though, list blogs have merit.
Ikano Bank is taking gamification to a new level. The bank, launched by Ikea founder Ingvar Kamprad, is trying to encourage savings with a game called Flappy Saver, a Flappy Bird knockoff.