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This new partnership connects more than 290,000 businesses with Forter’s global network to approve  more legitimate online transactions and block fraud instantaneously  New York, NY – April 15th, 2021 – Forter, the leader in e-commerce fraud prevention, has announced a  partnership with Flutterwave, Africa’s leading payments technology company. The
Finance app downloads spiked by 15% during the pandemic, with mobile fintech applications outperforming banks by a factor of up to 10.8x, according to figures from mobile anlaytics platform App Annie.The report found that amid economic uncertainty, demand grew for finance apps across investing, banking, cash transfers and government
Team PCN is excited to announce that our CEO, Rogier Rouppe van der Voort, will be moderating a panel session at EPAY SUMMIT this afternoon! The topic of the session: ‘What does it take to be the market-leading merchant payments provider in an era of “new normal”?’ Discussed will be talking points
Coinbase shares opened at $381 on its debut on Nasdaq, valuing the cryptocurrency exchange at $75.9 billion.The opening price was 52% up on Coinbase’s reference price of $250 and makes the company more valuable than financial heavyweights including Nasdaq and Discover. Including options and other kinds of stock-based awards,
JP Morgan, Mastercard and UBS have joined a $65 million funding round for blockchain software engineering firm ConsenSys. Blockchain companies Protocol Labs, the Maker Foundation, Fenbushi, The LAO, and Alameda Research also joined the round. ConsenSys says it will use the funding to “accelerate the convergence of decentralized finance
Mastercard has teamed up with Swedish fintech Doconomy to develop a carbon calculator that banks can integrate into their apps to give customers a snapshot of the emissions generated by their purchases across spending categories.Mastercard and Doconomy have been working on carbon footprint tracking based on purchases for the
Pine Labs said on Tuesday it has acquired Southeast Asian startup Fave in a deal valued at $45 million as the Indian firm looks to strengthen its consumer-focused offerings in the domestic and international markets. Fave helps an offline merchant connect and retain customers by using gift cards and vouchers. The startup
Ramp, a corporate credit card startup founded by the team behind Paribus, a consumer finance firm acquired by Capital One in 2016, has confirmed $115M in new funding from D1 Capital Partners and Stripe, with support from Goldman Sachs, Founders Fund, Coatue Management, Thrive Capital, Redpoint Ventures, Box Group,
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