Today in FinTech: OpenSea Takes Credit

In today’s FinTech news, OpeaSea is now accepting debit, credit and other payment forms for non-fungible tokens (NFTs), meaning that even people who don’t dabble in crypto can still buy, sell, trade and collect digital art. Plus, Anyday raised seed funds to introduce its split payments concept.

OpenSea Teams with MoonPay for NFT Credit Card Payments

NFT marketplace OpenSea is now accepting credit cards for NFT purchases, thanks to a collaboration with MoonPay. The move opens up NFT investing to people who might not own cryptocurrency.

Individuals looking to buy, sell, trade and collect NFTs can now pay directly with Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Apple Pay, Google Pay and other methods, rather than having to convert funds into specific cryptocurrencies. The new payment feature is being rolled out in stages.

Danish FinTech Startup Anyday Raises €4M for BNPL Venture

Anyday raised €4 million ($4.4 million) in seed funding to bring its split payments buy now, pay later (BNPL)-type service to Scandinavia.

The startup’s split payment concept gives shoppers the option of dividing a purchase into four payments, with 25% due upfront. The company said it has partnered with over 1,000 retailers in Denmark and has an estimated 20,000 users on its platform.

Neobank Innovations Raise Consumer Expectations for Traditional Banking Services

Even the most digitally-savvy consumer using the newest FinTech for payments and spending will often link their account to an already-existing financial account, at least to fund it at the opening.

People expect it to be easy to move money between accounts. The Money Mobility Tracker®, a PYMNTS and Ingo Money collaboration, takes a look at what’s new in financial institutions, FinTechs and secure money mobility.

When Taking On Tech Innovations, Credit Unions Wise to Be Fast Followers

Credit unions are turning to FinTechs for specialty solutions — solving niche problems or boosting existing products — and also to fill technology and other gaps.

Scott Young, vice president of innovation at PSCU, told PYMNTS that to help ensure a good fit, credit union service organizations (CUSOs) can vet the solutions offered by FinTechs so credit unions don’t have to make the decisions alone.

FinTech PingPong Payments Teams With India Sourcing Network

Cross-border payments specialist PingPong Payments has partnered with India Sourcing Network to help Indian sellers get funds from international buyers and make borderless eCommerce possible.



About: Patient portals are now a must-have for providers — so much so that 61% of patients interested in using the tools say they would switch to a healthcare provider that offers one. For Accessing Healthcare: Easing Digital Frictions In The Patient Journey, a PYMNTS and Experian Health collaboration, PYMNTS surveyed 2,333 consumers to learn how healthcare providers can relieve digital pain points to offer improved patient care and satisfaction.

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