Friday, January 18, 2019


Insurers tap startup platforms to open new distribution channels, Garage

THE BUSINESS TIMES Garage - LURED by the promise of a large user base and a well of data to tap, insurance companies are tying up with non-insurtech Read more:

Certify launches procurement tool to improve spend management

Certify, a leading provider of financial management software, has launched Certify Purchasing, a new solution for finance professionals. Read more:

Square launches debit card for businesses

Square continues to spread its tentacles into the banking world through the launch of a debit card for businesses that gives sellers real-time access to funds. Read more:

Basware provides cloud-based invoice automation for Finnish telco DNA

E-invoicing company Basware has signed a P2P SaaS deal with Finland-based telecommunications operator DNA. Read more:

Zaggle offers expense management solution

Digital payments company Zaggle has launched its expense management solution, allowing companies to manage their expense process in a secure manner. Read more:

ANZ extends Apple Pay offering with eftpos choice

From today, millions of ANZ’s debit cardholders can now choose eftpos when paying with Apple Pay on an iPhone or Apple Watch. Read more:

Bitcoin payments processor Bitpay announces record 2018 revenues

Bitcoin payments processor Bitpay says it processed over one billion dollars of Bitcoin payments in 2018 for retail and government clients, and has, Read more:

Ethereum co-founder Joe Lubin joins board of crypto futures platform ErisX

ErisX is expanding its board as it prepares to launch spot and derivatives markets for bitcoin and, eventually, ethereum. Read more:

Grayscale adds Stellar as latest cryptocurrency investment trust

Stellar’s XLM token becomes the ninth digital asset to launch with Grayscale, executives citing investor demand as motivating the move. Read more:

You can now buy Bitcoin at some grocery stores in the...

Supermarket kiosk chain Coinstar will allow consumers to buy up to $2,500 in bitcoin at select grocery stores. Read more:
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