The knock on neobanks (and personal financial management apps, for that matter) has long been that they are only useful to a certain kind of customer — young and single, with uncomplicated financial lives. Simple, the neobank that started it all, is taking on that issue. Owned by BBVA sinceRead More
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Two months in, Lenny – millennial-focused mobile lending app – is ready to hit the market with new budgeting and billpay products. Launched mid-March, Lenny’s goal is to help millennials build credit scores while still in school, with loans up to $10,000 and 0% interest (if paid on time). So far,Read More
Blockchain may not be able to solve all bank problems, but it can solve most. So said Passion Capital’s Eileen Burbidge at Bank Innovation Israel last week, in discussion with Amos Meiri, CEO of Colu, a startup that provides tools for building blockchain applications. Meiri was being modest — BurbidgeRead More
Fintech is overflowing with startups, all of them more innovative than the last. We picked our top 8 “under the radar” companies.
It’s hard to borrow money when you have a limited credit history that inaccurately deems you as a risk. Earnest is a startup trying to change the conventional thinking about personal loans for whatever your needs may be — whether to move, buy a wedding ring, or pay off high-interest-rate studentRead More