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Fintech: Ripple is a topic in the FED, the White House and the World Bank

Even though the ripple (XRP) has recently cooled a bit, XRP’s price performance remains one of the strongest in recent months. All this happens under the guise of Ripple Inc. The startup has launched several products that will facilitate and accelerate the execution of cross-border transactions. As a result, the…

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The German politicians now want social startups to be state funded

Social startups are often considered to be uninteresting in the startup scene. They neither collect the most venture capital nor earn the most money or have the most famous founders. Meanwhile, social startups account for 38 percent of the German founding landscape. And their work could be of high economic…

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Startups in Austria: 4 questions to an important CEO

Start-ups provide fresh impetus in the Austrian economy. The start-up service of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber supports startups, among other things, with questions regarding financing and organization, drawing on a broad network of experts. Elisabeth Zehetner-Piewald is the Federal Managing Director of the Founder Service Austria and the Federal…

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Could it be legal? This european scooter startup wants to compete in the US

The Dutch startup Zero wants to roll up the European market from Berlin and competes against well-financed US players like Lime and Bird, which has already started a scooter pilot project in Bamberg. Smaller providers such as Voi from Sweden, the two Berlin startups Tier Mobility and Flash and Hive,…

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The keys to the revolution of small vehicles in cities. Is the boom coming to LatAm cities?

The revolution of small vehicles in cities aims to solve in a sustainable way the problem of circulation. In various academic investigations, in books and even in a TED talk, the economist Sendhil Mullainathan popularized the concept of the “last mile problem” years ago. Mullainathan currently teaches in Chicago, went…

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