5 FinTech Tweets you should see!
By Joy Dumasia
With the ever-evolving digital landscape, it has become imperative for financial institutions to offer services that cater to the changing need of consumers and channels of interactions like social media can bridge that gap.
Here are 5 tweets from this week that Financial Technology enthusiasts should see:
Paysend partners with Currencycloud to help SMEs open up global business. This is an #xrp enabled platform.
Recently, IBS Intelligence reported that Paysend, the UK-based FinTech which has over 7m customers, has partnered with Currencycloud, the experts in simplifying business in a multi-currency world, to expand the capabilities of Paysend Business.
We’ve got big news! Starting today, you can transfer from Euros with Atlantic Money! Even though you live in the UK.
As always, you’ll pay just a simple flat fee of €3, and you’ll always get the live exchange rate.
Simple and cheap – just what you expect from us. #euro
IBS Intelligence reported that Atlantic Money announced that its users in the UK can now transfer from euro to nine currencies worldwide for just €3.
Announcing Paysafe’s expansion into Argentina with #eCash solution @paysafecard for a secure and easy way to pay with #cash
IBS Intelligence reported that Paysafe, a specialised payments platform, today announced its expansion into Argentina with its market-leading eCash payment solution, paysafecard, providing a secure and easy way to pay with cash for online purchases, particularly in the digital entertainment space.
Congrats to Tamara for raising $100m in Series B #Funding 🎉
The #BNPL enables users to pay in 3 installments or 30 days after purchase 💸
The #FinTech with 3m customers & 4k+ merchant partners will use the money to expand into new markets & extend its product offering 🚀
IBS Intelligence also reported that Saudi FinTech start-up Tamara, a payments start-up focused on driving financial inclusion across the Middle East, has raised a $100 million Series B equity round led by Sanabil Investments, with participation from Coatue, Shorooq Partners, Endeavor Catalyst and a follow-on investment by global FinTech Checkout.com.
Welcome Libertex as our official online-trading partner! 🤝 #FCBayern #TradeForMore
IBS Intelligence reported that Libertex, one of the online trading platforms and part of the Libertex Group founded in 1997, is entering into a multi-year partnership with Germany’s most successful football club.
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