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Fintech Daily Information Briefing on [September 28, 2021]

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[1]. The digital currency enaira website of the Central Bank of Nigeria has been launched, and the pilot will be launched in October

The official website of the upcoming digital currency enaira of the Central Bank of Nigeria has been launched, just a week from the scheduled release of enaira. According to theiday monitoring analysis, the website has been clicked more than 1 million times 24 hours after it was launched. The website promises to provide enaira users with more convenient financial transactions, provide point-to-point payment opportunities, and allow users to remit money to each other through linked bank accounts or cards; Allow customers to easily transfer funds from bank accounts to enaira wallet; You can monitor your enaira wallet, check balance and view transaction history; Use enaira wallet to make in store payment by scanning QR code. Godwin emefiele, President of CBN, recently said that due to the activities of Nigeria’s independence day on October 1, the earlier planned launch of enaira on the same day may be rescheduled to October 4, 2021. According to the previous report, the Central Bank of Nigeria will launch the digital currency pilot on October 1 and plan to conduct the concept verification before the end of the year.

[2]. Barclays Group has set up a female entrepreneur laboratory in Europe

On September 21, 2021, Barclays Group and Anthemis group, which is committed to the investment and training of female entrepreneurial talents in the financial service system, jointly announced that they would open a female innovators lab in the UK and Europe. Data from Pitchbook show that COVID-19 has had a big negative impact on female entrepreneurs. Venture capital gained by female founders reached a three year low in the third quarter of 2020. Established in 2019, female innovators lab is committed to providing necessary support for female entrepreneurs (such as US $3 million financial support and dedicated office space in London) through Barclays and Anthemis’s early investment experience and financial network resources.

[3]. Santander group announced the shutdown of pagofx, a cross-border remittance platform

Santander group recently announced that it will stop the services of pagofx, a cross-border remittance platform, in the UK, Spain, Belgium and other markets from November 30, 2021. At present, the platform has stopped the registration and verification of new accounts, and all accounts will be closed after December 7. Pagofx, established in April 2020, allows users to make cross-border remittance through debit card or credit card, which is similar to the services of financial technology platforms revolution and wise. Santander group said that in the future, pagofx’s fund transfer technology will be applied to other service areas of pagonxt, its financial technology group, such as international payment, supply chain and trade financing for small and medium-sized enterprises and large groups.

[4]. Ascend money, a Thai financial technology enterprise, completed round C financing of US $150 million

It is reported that ascend money, a Thai financial technology enterprise, recently completed a round C financing of US $150 million. This round of financing is led by the shareholder Charoen Pokphand Group, with the participation of bow wave capital management and existing investors. Ascend money will use the newly raised funds to further improve its e-wallet application truemoney wallet and expand digital financial services such as digital lending, investment and cross-border remittance in Southeast Asia.

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