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Global WealthTech funding nearly quadrupled over the last five years after...
WealthTech companies globally raised $9.3bn last year across 443 transactions setting a record for both funding and deal activity.
Child-focused neobank Strive launches waitlist
Challenger bank Strive has launched a waitlist for its solutions targeting children.
Kid-focused money app Greenlight joins the ranks of US unicorns
Greenlight Financial Technology, a FinTech educating children about finances, has reached a $1.2bn valuation after the close of a $215m Series C.
Revolut launches new app Revolut Junior to tech kids the skills...
UK challenger bank Revolut is the latest company to launch a service for teaching kids how to manage their money.
Revolut hijacked a Monzo Twitter thread and things got weird really...
When Monzo asked its Twitter followers what feature they would like to add, Revolut replied, “Auto-switch to Revolut button.” Then all hell broke loose.
Five family-oriented FinTech startups you should know about right now
From helping new parents budget better to educating children about money, FinTech entrepreneurs are doing their part to make life easier for families.
PCKT Money picks Nets for five-year card processing contract
In its efforts to boost financial literacy, PCKT Money has tapped payments company Nets to provide its card processing and API services.
Child-focused banking platform Greenlight Financial Technology bags $54m Series B
Greenlight Financial Technology, which aims to help parents raise financially smart children, has bagged $54m in its Series B.
Greenlight nets $16m Series A led by TTV Capital
Greenlight Financial Technology, a personal finance platform for children, has picked up $16m for its Series A funding round led by TTV Capital.
Greenlight Financial Technology lands $7.5m for kid-friendly smart card
Smart debit card for kids company Greenlight Financial Technology has raised $7.5m in a Seed funding round. Relay Ventures led the investment.