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Ripio bags additional funding to take Series A to $2.25m

Argentinian bitcoin startup Ripio (formerly Bitpagos) has bumped up its Series A round with an additional $428,000. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Payworks achieves US EMV Quick Chip certification with First Data Rapid...

Payworks announced today their new EMV certification with First Data, a leading payment processor in the US. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

AT&T explores cryptocurrency car payments in new patent filing

Digital currency payments in vehicles may not be far off, if the ideas in a new patent application from telecom giant AT&T enter real-world use. Read more: www.coindesk.com

Hammond asserts importance of immigration for UK FinTech

Chancellor Philip Hammond will today highlight the importance of immigration for maintaining the UK's FinTech crown. Read more: www.cityam.com

Amazon gets payments license to run wallet in India

Amazon India has received a payment license from the Reserve Bank of India to offer a wallet to its users. Only 84 companies operating in India hold this license. Read more: www.techinasia.com

Yoyo Wallet powers Caffè Nero’s first mobile payment & loyalty app...

Yoyo Wallet and Caffè Nero today launch the coffee brand’s first mobile payment and loyalty app in a bid to take its iconic blue stamp card into the digital age. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Payments professionals uncertain about new technologies

Payment professionals are well aware of the benefits of payment technologies now entering the marketplace, but concerns about cost may delay their implementation. Read more: www.finextra.com

JP Morgan Chase pumped $600m into FinTech in 2016

In his annual letter to shareholders, Dimon says that one of the reasons behind JPMorgan's solid performance is its commitment to technology. Read more: www.finextra.com

FinTech a Brexit priority for treasury

Supporting new technologies must become a government priority to counter the threat Brexit poses to London's financial services sector. Read more: www.law360.com

WeChat partners with London payments firm

London-based FinTech firm has announced it is to partner with the tech firm to provide payment options within WeChat’s wildly popular payment app. Read more: bdaily.co.uk

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