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Email Marketing Software for Fintech Startups

Technology and innovation have always been part of the business world, whether it’s the introduction of debit or credit cards in the 1950s or automatic teller machines, electronic trading floors, finance apps, and high-frequency consumption in the following years.  The essence behind financial technology changes from project to project, app…

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Ireland turns its ‘startups’ into the EU against Brexit (which does not arrive)

The old tobacco factory in Mullingar smoked Ireland and part of Europe for half a century. Owned by the Imperial Tobacco Group, a former British monopoly with Victorian airs, those ships were a hotbed of machines that made cigarettes and packaged them. Today the facilities are the headquarters of a…

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FinTech: New ways to finance self-employment and SMEs

The term FinTech – combination of financial services and new technologies – is an abbreviation for financial technology. Among them, various modern technologies are subsumed, which are assigned to the financial sector. A FinTech company – often referred to as FinTech – is thus a company that offers modern, usually…

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Fast growing European Fintech companies you should know about

ID Finance, the Fintech company specialized in emerging markets based in Barcelona. It has been ranked 84th in the FT 1000 list of the fastest growing European companies and is the second fastest growing Fintech in Europe The Financial Times analyzed the company’s growth over 3 years, from 2014 to…

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Amazon and NSF collaborate to accelerate fairness in AI research

As we know, Artificial Intelligence is a developing technology, which currently has a variety of limitations that can cause problems. Among them is the way they learn, which although it has improved considerably, likewise presents problems that are difficult to correct. The complicated part being the financing to fix it.…

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Global expansion: Why the US should be looking at Africa? BRCK acquires EveryLayer

Kenyan Communications hardware company BRCK acquired the assets of Nairobi Surf-based Internet provider and its US parent, EveryLayer, in a purchase agreement for an undisclosed amount in February. About EveryLayer Based in Nairobi, Surf is an access point service provider aimed at providing affordable internet for lower income segments. BRCK…

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The most backward country in terms of Fintech regulation

According to the executive director of the FinteChile association, Ángel Sierra, Chile is the most backward country when it comes to regulating financial technology ventures. Chile was delayed in the regulation of fintech companies in the region. The local regulator just this year released the draft with basic guidelines to…

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