The Mobile Payments Landscape: Who’s Here and What’s to Come?

Mobile’s importance isn’t news anymore: 56% of online consumer traffic comes from mobile devices, but many retail marketers are still surprised by

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Nigerian Banks Should Use Innovation To Compete In Digital Payments

  BANKS should adopt the strategy of increased investment in innovative payment solutions and collaboration with increasing number of financial

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There’s More To Becoming a Digital Bank Than Just Disruption

Bank of Africa’s Monrovia branch in Nairobi is one of the 12 branches the lender plans to shut down as

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FinTech: Loans For The Unbanked. Is it possible?

Cash society: A soccer jersey vendor tidies up his makeshift stall at a sidewalk in Bogor, West Java. Most of

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The Rise Of mPOS: How Mobile Point-Of-Sale Is Transforming The Hospitality Industry

When mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) first arrived, we were all content to accept it as a solution designed to make life

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China’s Fintech Industry: Blueprint For The World

Paying for food with a messaging app. Photo credit: McDonalds. “We need banking but we don’t need banks anymore,” said

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India Could Ditch Card Payments By 2020

India’s cashless companies win in rupee ban If you thought India’s decision to ban 86% of its cash was ambitious,

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Industry Convergence In Financial Services Is Accelerating | TechCrunch

Old but excellent article on sector convergence as it relates to the financial services sector. “Large retailers are launching their

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The Nigerian FinTech Landscape – A Growing Opportunity- Irrational Innovations

Nigeria`s FinTech landscape is clearly growing. The country`s financial services sector is not constrained by legacy banking applications like what

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Electronic Payments Growing In Nigeria — Quartz

Electronic payments have really witnessed rapid growth in Nigeria especially since the Central Bank of Nigeria introduced its “Cashless Nigeria

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