Amazon partnered with Affirm to offer BNPL to their North American customers.
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John has been in communications since graduating from Creative Communications at Red River College Polytechnic in Winnipeg in 1992. He launched one of Canada's first digital-only local news sites called Winnipeg First in 2007, which led to digital editor postings with the Winnipeg Free Press and Edmonton Journal. In 2012 he joined Bankless Times as managing editor, later becoming president and CEO. He and the Bankless Media co-founders completed a sale and exit in August 2021.
We could have devoted this entire newsletter to the crypto crackdown, but that would have been needlessly punitive for all of us.
One day after dropping 13 counts against Binance, the largest crypto exchange worldwide, the SEC set its sights on Coinbase.
The SEC filed 13 charges against Binance and CEO Changpeng Zhao, in the latest in a series of painful stories about the embattled fintech.
Most people likely assume their funds are kept in a traditional bank to be drawn upon when transacted because — let's be honest — no one reads the terms and conditions.
Major players in traditional finance are taking the crypto exchange bull by the horns to create their versions in a quest for market share.
For the second time this week, we can take time to celebrate some good news in the lending space, as Monzo reported monthly profitability for the first time.
We are massive fans of David Birch here at Fintech Nexus. His bleeding-edge insight pieces often elevate into the stratosphere of thought.
Your feel-good Friday news comes to us from Klarna this week. The Swedish BNPL behemoth appears to be delivering on its promise from 2022 to return to profitability by the end of 2023.
After the CFPB proposed slashing credit card late fees to just $8 a month in February, the reaction has been swift and predictable — rage.