The coronavirus pandemic is resulting in a sharp increase in people using fintech apps.
Chime, the biggest U.S. digital bank start-up, is piloting a way for its users to receive their federal $1,200 stimulus checks instantly, weeks before the government is expected to send the payments.
El profesional presenta el lanzamiento de la aplicación web Health Check, que ayuda a las empresas a gestionar los riesgos de coronavirus. Además, hace un recorrido de su vasta carrera profesional.
Andrés Fontao: “La innovación y el Fintech aceleran el funcionamiento de la economía en tiempos de incertidumbre”
Andrés Fontao es Co-Founder & Managing Partner de Finnovista, la organización de impacto que potencia los ecosistemas Fintech en América Latina y España a través de actividades y networks colaborativos, como FINNOSUMMIT en México y en Miami, entre otras iniciativas.
Google today announced that it will temporarily roll back the changes it recently made to how its Chrome browser handles cookies in order to ensure that sites that perform essential services like banking, online grocery, government services and healthcare won’t become inaccessible to Chrome users during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
As the largest federal stimulus package in the history of the United States, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, injects a planned $2.2 trillion into the U.S. economy, fintech startups are angling to get a seat at the table when it comes to distributing the cash.
Microsoft has teamed up with Plaid to let people automatically import their bank and credit card account data into a new personal finance tool called Money in Excel.
Fintech Beat sits down with Jonah Crane to discuss how important (or not) is size in surviving the economic slowdown, and whether firms and customers can transition regulatorily and technologically in time to protect themselves.
European fintech startup Revolut is launching its app and service in the U.S. Starting today, anybody can sign up and get a Revolut debit card. In the U.S., Revolut has partnered with Metropolitan Commercial Bank for the banking infrastructure — deposits are FDIC insured up to $250,000.
Whilst the current pandemic induced crisis is yet to reach its peak, and is leaving a trail of personal and economic destruction, we should expect a new landscape to emerge, in many respects, when the dust settles. What does this mean for the Fintech sector in terms of opportunities and how does this impact the individual?