Potential Revolut and Apple Pay partnership in the works

A tweet from British fintech firm Revolut has sparked speculation of integration with Apple Pay or that the US tech giant will be using a platform supported by Revolut. Revolut has dropped hints of its “HUGE” new development driving users and fintech experts to wonder what Revolut has up its sleeves.
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Payments not cheaper via Ripple, Western Union claims

Western Union has claimed that low cost payments made via Ripple (XRP) and the financial benefits promised are unfounded. After testing Ripple’s xRapid for six months, Western Union arrived at the conclusion that payments via the technology are not cheaper.
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Revolut app debuts new look

The product designers and engineers of UK-based fintech platform Revolut, a digital banking alternative that makes international money transfers in 25 currencies easy, have been working hard to improve their app.
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Revolut to offer new commission-free trading service

Just days after announcing that it is entering the Russian market after signing a deal with local player Qiwi Bank, the ceaselessly innovating international money transfers upstart Revolut is about to launch a commission-free trading service to its two million (and climbing) users.
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Geoswift announces new China P2P service

Leading international money transfer provider Geoswift has announced a new P2P payments platform to facilitate better service to China. The new cross-border payments solution, called GeoRemit, makes it easier for consumers to send and receive money quickly and securely to approximately 90% of all bank accounts in China – debit and credit – in RMB thanks to Geoswift's vast bank network in the country.
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Latest round of funding nets Azimo $20m

Azimo, a British money transfer service, has just announced $20m in Series C funding from the investment group of Japan's largest e-commerce firm. The capital investment was led by Japanese firm Rakuten Capital, with additional contributions from Silicon Valley Bank, Frog Capital, Greycroft Partners, Quona Capital, GR Capital Partners and MCI.
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WorldRemit expands service in Ecuador

WorldRemit, a leader in international money transfers, has recently announced expanded service to Ecuadorian banks, giving customers access to quick, convenient same-day mobile payments.
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