Police in Taiwan have arrested three of the 16 men allegedly responsible for stealing more than $2.5m from ATMs earlier this month.
Lloyds Banking Group has become the latest UK high street bank to launch a mentoring service for fintech startups.
MarketInvoice, a UK-based P2P lender has secured more than £7m in its latest round of fundraising, defying the economic uncertainty around startups following the UK's controversial vote to leave the European Union.
Canada's suretap has become the latest telco-led mobile wallet venture to go to the wall, with the outfit deciding that it cannot compete in an increasingly crowded field.
The leaden response of banks to the threats posed by distributed ledger technology leaves the industry exposed to a $150 billion revenue shortfall unless they can up their game, according to an analysis by Bain.
Once the preserve of anarcho-libertarians, digital currencies and their underlying distributed ledger technology (DLT) are making their way onto the agenda at the heart of the British establishment as the House of Lords prepares to hear from a top Bank of England official about the prospects for a 'Britcoin'.
Forget Apple Pay, the cool new way to get around on London's Underground is to tap your contactless fingernails.
Berlin-based mobile payments startup Cringle is using the banking license and Sepa Access API of compatriot solarisbank to launch its P2P payments platform across the Euro zone.
Tochka, an online bank for Russian SMEs has hooked up with Facebook Messenger as a new customer communications channel.
Semble, a mobile payments joint venture launched by some of New Zealand's biggest banks and telcos last year, is shutting down its wallet app and changing business focus.
© Finextra Research 2016