Wednesday, January 17, 2018
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Contactless payment provider ToneTag said to bag $1.33m

Contactless payments provider ToneTag has reportedly picked up a $1.33m funding round. Read more: fintech.global

German online lender Kreditech heads to India

EXCLUSIVE - German online lender Kreditech is making its way to India, Bank Innovation has learned. For this expedition, the fintech has teamed up with SaaS, Read more: bankinnovation.net

NiYO Solutions raises $13.2m Series A

India-based NiYO Solutions has raised $13.2m in a Series A round, which was raised to support the expansion of its payroll platform. Read more: fintech.global

Indian lawyer demands ‘urgent’ regulation of bitcoin

A second Indian lawyer has filed a petition to urge authorities develop a regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies like bitcoin in the country. Read more: www.ccn.com

FinREQ said to close round led by Bennett, Coleman

Online lending platform FinREQ has reportedly closed an undisclosed funding round led by Bennett, Coleman & Co through its Brand Capital arm. Read more: fintech.global

Yes Bank, Nearby Tech bring cardless ATM services to India

Yes Bank has teamed with FinTech start-up Nearby Technologies to provide Aadhaar cardless and pinless ATM services in India. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Amazon reported on verge of InsurTech investment in India

Online retail and e-commerce giant Amazon is reportedly on the verge of making its first investment in an insurtech start-up, with the company said close, Read more: www.reinsurancene.ws

P2P lending platform Any Time Loan closes $3.9m investment

India-based P2P lending platform Any Time Loan has closed a INR 250m ($3.9m) investment from Spice Mobility. Read more: fintech.global

India’s finance ministry calls cryptocurrencies ponzi scheme

Add India to the list of countries that is wary of cryptocurrencies. Today India’s finance ministry released a statement likening digital currency investments, Read more: bankinnovation.net

Bitcoin India accounts locked out for a month

Users of Bitcoin India are fuming as the cryptocurrency exchange has kept them locked out of their accounts for a month now. Read more: bitcoinist.com