China may have taken the top spot in 2016 fintech funding, but it wasn’t the one doing most of the investing. While China claimed nearly $8 billion of the total $17.4 billion invested across the world, according to a report by U.K-based Innovate Finance, the top fintech investor for the yearRead More
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This episode of Breaking Banks centers on the Startupbootcamp FinTech Demo Day that took place last week in New York. Host Brett King spoke to Jesse Podell, who MC’d the event, and Nektarios Liolios, the founder of Startupbootcamp Fintech.
Is it possible for a payment network to be cool? And what if that payment network was launched in — gasp! — in 1966? It is when that payment network is gamely inventing internet of things payments on the fly. Welcome, to MasterCard, one of the coolest brands in banking.Read More
The blockchain is being put to new and creative uses — like, you know, starting a company? It turns out that Singapore-based Otonomos, one of 10 startups just announced as participants Startupbootcamp’s newly announced Singapore accelerator, will help “form, fund and govern your company on the blockchain.” It’s as simple as filling out a shortRead More
Startupbootcamp, an accelerator based in London, launched FinTechAthon, a sort of financial services-focused hackathon, this week — and already it seems to have gotten off to a fast start. The event has 70 slots, and Startup Bootcamp officials tell us that as of last Monday 35 were already taken. AndRead More