The German leadership decided on an emergency spending freeze against the background of the decision of the country’s top court, which aggravated the already existing budget crisis, which became a kind of shock factor for Europe’s largest economy.
Germany has approved a package of reforms in the sphere of capital that will help this country’s technology sector compete with Silicon Valley.
Aleph Alpha GmbH, a startup operating in the sphere of artificial intelligence, and striving to create a European competitor to large language models developed by OpenAI and Google, managed to raise investment funds for more than $500 million from a consortium of industrial giants and financial investors.
Cash usage declined by nearly 4% globally in 2022, with new developments in instant payments and digital wallets driving cash displacement in certain geographies.
The partnership between Mercedes and Mastercard enables embedded in-car payments via fingerprint sensor
The findings from the global Web3 perception survey showed that 99% of Nigerians are more aware of Web3 and crypto concepts than people in major Western economies
Taiwanese chip manufacturer TSMC on Tuesday, August 8, announced the provision of financing in the amount of $3.8 billion for the construction of a plant in Germany.
Commerzbank has become the first German Bank to successfully carry out blockchain-based Letter of Credit (LC) transactions for its clients at its Singapore and Shanghai branches on the digital trade finance platform Contour
The government of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, according to media reports, intends to provide financing for 20 billion euros for the development of semiconductor production in this country.
The Danish fintech company Flatpay has raised investments for about $16 million as part of a Series A financing round.
The startup Insify, which is based in Amsterdam and specializes in providing business insurance services, has attracted investment funds in the amount of $10.7 million following the results of the last stage of the Series A financing round.
Payrails, a startup that has developed a platform for creating and using high-quality corporate payment services, announced on Wednesday, June 7, that it had received funding for $14.4 million.
Patient21, a German startup operating in the field of digital healthcare, announced plans to start working in new markets after attracting investment funds for $108 million.
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