This article was originally published on Fidelity Center for Applied Technology, where you will find our team’s observations on the emerging social trends, technologies and businesses that are shaping our future.
The fintech landscape has radically changed in the last few years. In 2015, the market was product-led: successful fintech startups were solving narrow problems, such as payments or lending, extremely well. Fast forward to 2020, and mapping this more mature market requires a different lens: instead of that vertical focus, we believe that today’s fintech landscape is shaped by seven horizontal trends.
This article was originally published on Fidelity Center for Applied Technology. It is the 2nd post in my Fintech Mental Models series.
On the heels of launching their credit card in August 2019, Apple recently announced Apple Cash Family, a service that allows adults to setup and control Apple Pay for their children and elderly parents.
If you happen to be shopping for a new phone at T-Mobile, you might be offered a T-Mobile checking account which features a higher savings rate for their mobile services’ customers.
And in past few months, Gusto began offering a checking account, Google enabled…
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