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7 FinTech tweets you should see!

By Gloria Methri

August 04, 2023

  • Access Bank
  • Africa
  • Americas
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FinTech news, Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa, AmericasSocial media platforms can offer insights helping FinTech and digital payments companies analyse consumer behaviour and preferences, the most critical factor in present times, as well as trends in the industry.

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 interaction like social media can bridge that gap.

Here are 7 tweets from this week that FinTech enthusiasts should see.

@RapydGlobal

We are thrilled to announce that Rapyd has acquired PayU GPO (Global Payment Organizations) of Netherlands-based Prosus in a monumental $610M deal, putting us on the path to creating one of the world’s largest global FinTech.

@AfDB_Group

India pledges $2 million to the African Development Bank Group for digital financial solutions in Africa. India’s financial inclusion success offers valuable insights to scale up initiatives to meet the needs of the financially excluded.

@NPCI_NPCI

YES BANK customers can now link their RuPay Credit Cards with any UPI-enabled app and make easy and safe credit-based UPI transactions.

@SendAppbyFLW

Coming in with a new name, a new look, and a whole new experience, say hello to Send App. A new and improved version of Send, with enhanced features, and an expanded reach across even more countries.

@TerraPay

Excited to announce our partnership with Wave! Working together with the Bank of Africa, we will enable 7 Million Wave wallet users in Senegal to seamlessly receive funds directly into their wallets from their loved ones across the globe.

@myaccessbank

We’re thrilled to announce our agreement to acquire Standard Chartered’s shareholding in its subsidiaries in Angola, Cameroon, The Gambia, and Sierra Leone, along with its extraordinary Consumer, Private & Business Banking business in Tanzania.

@JH_Fintech

Machias Savings Bank is taking a leap forward in technology with Jack Henry. By embracing their modern, open technology, they aim to enhance services, automate processes, and improve customer service.

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