This week's top stories are about the first principles of investing in fintech, Facebooks latest news about its own cryptocoin Libra and about Tally which raises $50 million to automate peoples finances. Find out what happened in fintech during the past week. – Max and the FinTech Weekly team
“It literally threatens the governments that issue currency, the banks that store it and the actual transmission network,” said Brown, co-founder of the automatic debt payment and financial savings app.
There’s $7 trillion of market cap for U.S. based financial institutions. In most major industries, the “challenger” technology company is now the most dominant — Facebook, at $540bn, is the most valuable media company, and Amazon is 3x the size of Walmart, at close to $1tn in market value.
Tally, a San Francisco-based financial technology startup, has raised $50 million in new venture capital funding.
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The battle for supremacy in Australia’s financial technology sector may be heading for a truce, and it’s good news for the consumer.
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Algorithmic fintech lending is less discriminatory against minorities than traditional loan officers, according to a recent study of US mortgages. The findings signal hope that technology could provide financing that’s more fair, but the research also underscores how widespread discrimination remains.
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