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Top 5 Fintech Philippines News of the Week (CW 37)

Fintechnews.PH picks every Friday for you the top 5 Fintech Philippines News of the week: Here we go:   PayMaya pushes for more cashless-transaction solutions DIGITAL-payments provider PayMaya Philippines has rolled out mobile-payment technologies in over 350 business establishments enabled

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Top 5 Fintech Philippines News of the Week (CW 36)

Fintechnews.PH picks every Friday for you the top 5 Fintech Philippines News of the week: Here we go: FINTECH Gains Traction as Businesses Embrace Alternative Banking and Financial Solutions Financial technology, or FINTECH, has established new platforms for many businesses

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Top 5 Fintech Philippines News of the Week

Fintechnews.PH picks every Friday for you the top 5 Fintech Philippines News of the week: Here we go:   Fintech In The Philippines: What The Banks Are Doing? Fintech companies, which are playing an increasingly important role in the Philippines’

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Will Selfies Replace The Password?

Did you ever try to log into one of your accounts using the few variations of passwords you generally use, yet fail because you apparently had used some other password you can’t remember anymore? You’re not alone, which is why,

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A Profile of Smartphone Users in the Philippines

Smartphones have changed the way Filipinos communicate. There’s no doubt that communication technologies are making Filipinos more social, making sure they stay connected with their circle. In fact, the Philippines has been called the text-messaging capital of the world. With

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First FinTech Accelerator in the Philippines

A SPACE Philippines invites any individual or startup currently building or looking to create innovative products in the financial services vertical to take _PASSPORT to FinTech. This trip is the first trip to be launched under A SPACE’s _PASSPORT program.

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12 Philippine Fintech Startups to Keep an Eye on

The Philippines has one of the highest population growth in Southeast Asia and remains a strong economic performer in the region, despite slow global growth. That shouldn’t last too long, though, as HSBC predicts that in 2050, the Philippines should

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