Australian-founded financial technology company Zai launches its CurrencyFair in all 50 states in the US, allowing consumers to use the money transfer service to exchange and transfer money internationally with rates eight times cheaper than traditional banks without delay and no fees.
Payments technology company mx51 has raised $25 million in a Series A round led by Acorn Capital, Artesian, Commencer Capital and Mastercard.
Debit card provider eftpos has launched a FinTech advisory committee in collaboration with FinTech Australia, designed to give fintechs a direct say in how they can access and leverage the eftpos payments network for the “betterment” of Australia’s digital economy.
Australian fintechs Assembly Payments and CurrencyVue have been selected to take part in the SWIFT gpi industry challenge in Singapore to work with banks to develop new services for financial institutions.
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