Investing in FinTech

Feb
14

The Australian Securities Exchange is investing in more than just blockchain

The Australian Securities Exchange is building the world’s first actual industrial-scale blockchain use case – a new post-trade solution to replace CHESS.

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | ASX . Blockchain . FinTech
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Feb
14

Australians trust Cashwerkz with $1.1 billion currently waiting to mature

Cashwerkz has reached $1.1 billion in active funds (waiting to mature) in January 2020, with the total number of investments placed increasing 107%.

By Australian FinTech | FinTech . Investing
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Feb
14

Cashback rewards startup launches crowdfunding campaign

Startup Plastiq has launched an equity crowdfunding campaign on Equitise to raise $400,000 for a new cashback rewards business.

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | FinTech . Investing
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Feb
13

RMIT’s Blockchain Innovation Hub gets a $6m boost

Victoria’s RMIT University has funneled an additional $6 million towards its Blockchain Innovation Hub

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | Blockchain . FinTech
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Feb
12

Another billion-dollar year for investment in Australian startups in 2019

Australian startups saw a continued rise in venture capital funding in 2019, rising to US$1.145 billion, up from US$1.033 billion in 2018 according to KPMG

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | FinTech . Investing . Venture Capital
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Feb
11

SocietyOne finally ready to test the market

A SocietyOne initial public offering has been touted for many years, after various media moguls piled into the company in 2014.

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | ASX . FinTech . Investing . Peer-to-Peer
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Feb
05

Banks risk loss of US$3 billion in payments revenue to digital payments growth, non-bank competitors

Australian banks are at risk of losing US$3 billion in payments revenue by 2025 due to the growth of digital payments and competition from non-banks.

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | Banking . FinTech . Payments
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Feb
04

No ‘passive’ stakes for CBA in new fintech push

CBA hopes to get the edge on rivals by launching 25 new fintech businesses over the next five years via the bank’s new fully-owned fintech entity named X15.

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | Banking . FinTech . Investing . Venture Capital
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