The Belgian branch of multinational banking and financial services corporation ING is launching a new fintech accelerator dubbed FinTech Village.
Applications are currently open; the program kicks off in March 2016.
Data Natives, the conference focused on how data is driving the future through the Internet of Things, Big Data and FinTech, takes place in Berlin November 19 – 20.
Tech.eu puts the spotlight on Dinube, a Barcelona fintech startup that has evolved from a mobile payments company to a potential competitor to Visa and MasterCard’s payment networks.
Tech.eu recently sat down with Daniel Klein, who is leading European mPOS company SumUp to growth in over a dozen markets. Klein wants more, though, as he explains in this video interview.
Tech.eu was in Amsterdam recently, and we swung by the offices of Adyen, arguably one of Europe’s most promising and highest-valued (fin)tech companies. An interview with CEO Pieter van der Does.
Berlin startup Number26 says it’s building “Europe’s most modern bank account”, but it’s not quite there yet. Charmaine Li talked to co-founder and CEO Valentin Stalf to learn more about the company’s plans.
After the collapse of the Bitcoin price in summer 2014, we took a look at the state of the European Bitcoin startup ecosystem to see whether there’s still money being invested into these companies.