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London Fintech SatoshiPay Reveals How they’ve Leveraged Blockchain or DLT to Process Real-Time Micropayments for Online Publishers

London-based SatoshiPay, a Fintech firm that aims to provide fast and affordable payment solutions, has revealed that it has reached a key milestone in establishing its blockchain-enabled clearing platform as a “new standard” for cross-border transactions. The SatoshiPay team notes that, as of August 2020,… Read More

Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) Makes Giant Online Marketplace eBay a Takeover Offer that May Value Firm at $30 Billion

The Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE:ICE), one of the world’s largest derivatives and equities trading firms, has reportedly made giant online marketplace eBay a takeover offer that could value the company at well over $30 billion, The Wall Street Journal reported. The companies have not yet held… Read More

PurpleBricks Receives £125 Million Investment from Axel Springer, Plans Further Expansion into US Property Market

Purplebricks Group plc (AIM: PURP), a “hybrid estate agent,” has received a £125 million strategic investment from German conglomerate Axel Springer via its subsidiary of Fünfundachtzigste Vermögensverwaltungsgesellschaft mbH. Following the investment, Axel Springer will own approximately 11.5% of Purplebricks. Concurrently, Purplebricks will appoint Dr Andreas… Read More

Brief: Cringle Finishes Companisto Run With €800,000 Raised

Cringle, the smartphone app for users who want to send money to friends across Europe in a matter of seconds, has officially closed its campaign on crowdfunding platform Companisto. The German fintech company secured €800,000 from 1487 investors. Cringle was founded in 2014 by Joschka Frieda, Malte Klussmann,… Read More

Payment App Cringle Trades Media for Equity with Axel Springer

Cringle is a smartphone app for users who want to send money to friends across Europe in a matter of seconds. Cringle has received numerous awards and has found a partner in German bank Deutsche Kreditbank AG (DKB). In the past year, Cringle has been able… Read More

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