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Daon to support Turkish bank authenticate clients with selfies

Akbank, a Turkey-based financial institution, has leveraged Daon’s IdentityX solution to become one of the first bank in the country to enable customer authentication Read more: www.thepaypers.com

Turkey launches FinTech task force

Wants to make nation a global hub. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Money transfer platform TransferGo bags $10m Series B

International money transfer platform TransferGo has collected $10m in its Series B funding round. Read more: fintech.global

Turkey’s BKM unveils checkout-free payments

Turkish digital wallet outfit BKM has unveiled a system that lets shoppers bypass the checkout and instead pay for their items with their phones. Read more: www.finextra.com

Turkish politician endorses launch of national cryptocurrency

A Turkish lawmaker affiliated with the political party partnering the country’s ruling party has proposed a national cryptocurrency. Read more: www.ccn.com

Turkey: the next cashless society

Turkey is perfectly placed to become the world’s next cashless society – a true digital payment powerhouse. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Turkey’s Troy enables mobile contactless payments

Having launched only in May 2017, more than 2 million –TROY branded cards are in circulation. With ambitious goals and innovative solutions, Read more: www.finextra.com

The sound of Turkish InsurTech delight

Istanbul-based Quick Sigorta has been up and running for three months. And the digital insurer is doing quite well; Read more: coverager.com

Turkey’s plan to spur lending is paying off

Turkey’s efforts to spur lending are working. The timing couldn’t be better for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the government’s efforts to reignite economic growth before a referendum this weekend. Read more: www.bloomberg.com

Turkish payments tool iyzico adds $2m to Series C

Turkish online payments service iyzico is adding another $2m to its Series C funding round to bring it up to $15m. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com