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Episode Six announces a double first with Galaxy FinX

As virtual banking expands in Southeast Asia, Episode Six strikes a new deal to help build critical digital infrastructure in Vietnam. SINGAPORE, June 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Episode Six, a leading global payment and banking infrastructure provider, today announced a new relationship with Galaxy FinX, Vietnam’s newest fintech builder that is…

American Banker Recognizes Episode Six as One of the ‘Best Places to Work in Financial Technology’

Company recognized for its employee-centric company culture and strong focus on employee wellness AUSTIN, TX / ACCESSWIRE / June 6, 2022 / Episode Six (E6) has been named as one of the 50 Best Places to Work in Financial Technology by American Banker. The company was recognized in part…

Unifimoney partners with Episode Six for ledger system upgrade

US turnkey digital wealth management platform, Unifimoney, has partnered with payments technology company Episode Six to use the latter’s digital ledger system. The real-time intelligence ledger system provides a platform for Unifimoney to manage its various asset classes as the company looks to build its…

Payment technology: Out with the old, in with the new

Aging paytech stacks are a resource drain on traditional financial institutions. According to research done with IDC, 73% of financial institutions (FIs) have payments infrastructures that are not well equipped to handle payments for 2023 and beyond. Because of this, $250 billion in payments revenue will…

How ‘future-ready’ payments technology is reshaping the financial services industry

Approximately 74% of consumer payments are expected to be handled by non-traditional financial companies by 2030, according to a study commissioned by Episode Six.  Financial institutions must be prepared with a ‘future-ready’ payments infrastructure to enable payments anywhere and everywhere for any asset class, present…

By 2030, 74% of consumer payments will be handled by non-traditional financial service providers

“Future ready” paytech investment to date by Financial Services Institutions has not been sufficient in slowing down this shift, resulting in a loss of $250 billion in payments revenue by 2030 73% of FSIs have payment infrastructures that are not well equipped to handle payments…

Third anniversary of Episode Six and HSBC’s partnership shows the power of banks and fintechs working together

PayMe, Hong Kong’s leading e-wallet, uses Episode Six’s payments platform HSBC is an early-stage investor in Episode Six, which has raised US$40m of funding HONG KONG [January 19, 2022] – Episode Six and HSBC are celebrating the third anniversary of a technology partnership that has…

A ‘Trilium’ reasons why games show us the future of payments

As we question the future of payments and where to even begin, gamers may hold the answers on where we should start.  Believe it or not, video games are acting as a catalyst for broader adoption of alternative ways to store and transfer value. Gamers…

2021 Wrap-up: Q&A with CEO John Mitchell

What are you most proud of from 2021?  “After securing our Series B funding in February, we rapidly accelerated our growth in 3 areas: our global team, our client footprint, and the payments use cases supported across the globe. We’ve tripled our headcount and continue…

8 fintech founders on lessons learned, opportunities earned in 2021

Mastercard today welcomes its newest wave of startups to its award-winning Start Path startup engagement program. Start Path alums share their insights into the top trends of 2021 and what they’ve learned from a challenging year. READ MORE

Winning Strategies to Deliver Digital Banking Customer Journeys

The global pandemic has undoubtedly catalysed the drive to digitisation in Financial Services.  There was an increasing trend to move to digital banking already, the pandemic has accelerated this by perhaps a decade, and across all age groups.  Traditional banks were already being challenged to step up,…

Why the metaverse will go far beyond Meta

Users will have more choice in Web 3.0 than they do on the internet today. READ MORE