Monday, October 15, 2018
Tags Brazil

Tag: Brazil

Nubank reportedly bags $180m investment from Tencent

Brazil-based challenger bank Nubank has reportedly received a $180m investment from Chinese backer Tencent. Read more: fintech.global

Brazilian POS company StoneCo files for IPO in US

Brazil-based payments processor StoneCo has registered for an IPO of its Class A common shares in the US. Read more: fintech.global

Brazil brokerage to integrate Bitcoin and Ethereum by year end

Despite being not enthusiastic about cryptos, the largest brokerage in Brazil will enter the crypto space by launching an exchange for Bitcoin and Ethereum Read more:: www.coinspeaker.com

Brazil investment CEO on Bitcoin exchange launch

XP Group, owner of the largest investment firm in Brazil, XP Investimentos, confirmed it would launch a cryptocurrency exchange this week - Read more: bitcoinist.com

Brazil moves to probe banks after crypto exchanges denied services

Brazil's antitrust watchdog is investigating major banks for potentially collaborating to prevent crypto brokerages from gaining banking services. Read more: www.coindesk.com

Brazilian retail giant partners with Airfox

Brazilian retail giant integrates blockchain-powered payment service on e-commerce platforms and in nearly 1,000 of its stores. Read more: cointelegraph.com

IBM finds malware targeting Brazilian banking customers

IBM X-Force researchers have discovered a new financial malware that targets major Brazilian banks through their business banking customers. Read more: www.thepaypers.com

Wirecard Brazil widens payments scope

Wirecard is keen to get more payments and banking action in Brazil with the launch of transfers, bill payments, card usage and loans from October. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Brazil-based Nexoos said to raise $530k pre-Series A

Brazil-based P2P SME lender Nexoos has reportedly raised around $530,00 in pre-Series A funding. Read more: fintech.global

Gang uses bitcoin to launder millions of dollars

Brazil’s Federal Police has recently arrested 12 individuals connected to a gang that allegedly used bitcoin to launder “millions of dollars. Read more: ccn.com