9. Scott McCormack, President, Social Money Social Money is a fintech startup with a number of products, including SmartyPig — an innovative take on that peskiest of financial products, the savings account. With a social take on savings and goals — sharing them with friends — Social Money is aRead More
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SixThirty, the new FinTech accelerator based in St. Louis and launched by Square‘s co-founder, has added two directors to its team. Brian Matthews and James “Jay” DeLong have both joined the SixThirty team. Matthews co-founded Cultivation Capital, an early stage venture firm based in St. Louis that is focused on lifeRead More
Jim McKelvey, Square’s co-founder, discusses his newest venture, SixThirty, an accelerator program that helps financial tech companies launch, with CNBC. SixThirty will make its investments in startups for equity. Unlike other accelerators, SixThirty says it “will negotiate for equity.” Most accelerators take anywhere from 5% to 10% of equity, and SixThirtyRead More