Trends in fintech are ever-evolving. The year 2023 will be no different regarding the software and programs used and being developed to deliver financial services.
Barte aims to scale its operations with the bolstered cash, launching a new credit product later this year.
According to Belvo, the new product will function as a gate for users to initiate payments directly inside third-party apps.
Apple Pay goes live in Mexico as issuer-processor Paymentology partners with Fondeadora to expand payments in the North American country.
Account to Account payments, or A2A, are gradually making inroads in Latin America. Credit cards dominate the market, but that could change.
Two key takeaways from a state of banking report should further encourage fintechs and small businesses about future opportunities for growth.
In two years, Spin has quickly carved out a place of itself as one of the most relevant fintech players in Mexico.
The frequencies of fraud and chargebacks rises during a recession, and addressing it properly requires the right data and methods.
After years of waiting, the central bank of Brazil has finally authorized Meta's WhatsApp merchant payment system.
Amazon's deal with Venmo has the potential to set a new standard for payment tenders in general, and other brands are likely to follow in its footsteps.