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Rupeek all set to raise ₹79 crore funding from Accel India,...

The startup had raised angel fund from Facebook executive and former Snapdeal chief product officer Anand Chandrasekaran.

FinTech startup Rubique to raise ₹128 crore in Series B round

The funding will be use by the company for the expansion of its operations with an aim to grow its presence to 100 cities by December this year. It also plans to launch new products in coming months.

Paytm Payments Bank claims 10 million sign-ups during beta phase

The company says that it has not been aggressively pushing users to sign-up for the payments bank account.

Finova Capital raises undisclosed amount of funding from Sequoia India

While Finova has already established its presence in Rajasthan, the newly raised funding will help it to expand across the country.

EarlySalary bags ₹5 crore in debt funding from IFMR Capital

The newly raised funding will be used by the company to help it accelerate its growth plans. It plans to reach a target of 30,000 loan disbursements per month by the end of this financial year.

Ripple, US-based FinTech startup, expanding its operations to India

Along with announcing the company's expansion to India with office in Mumbai, Ripple has also announced that former banking executive Navin Gupta will lead operations in the country.

Lendingkart raises ₹70 crore funding to further strengthen capabilities

The funding comes through Sistema Asia Fund, Bertelsmann India Investment, Mayfield India, Saama Capital, India Quotient and Darrin Capital Management.

PolicyBazaar in talks to raise ₹128 crore from IDG Ventures and...

PolicyBazaar and PaisaBazaar's parent company is reportedly in advance talks to raise ₹128 crore funding round. The funding will come from PE major True North and IDG Ventures.

Paytm Postcard renamed to Lifafa following notice from India Post

After getting notice from the India Post over the usage of word 'Postcard', Paytm has now decided to rename the service and instead call it 'Lifafa'.

Ezetap raises Rs 102 crore from JS Capital Management

Ezetap, a POS solution provider, has secured Rs 102 crore in its latest funding round. The amount comes from US-based JS Capital Management, along with Social Capital and Horizons Ventures.