With the growth of technology, fintech has played a big role to lure capital to these three technology-developing countries. Is fintech a good investment in Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam? Let’s find out with FinFan.
What are the opportunities for fintech in Vietnam, and how we can act to deal with the forward challenges in 2023? Let’s find out with us in 4 trends of fintech 2023.
CBDCs are digital currencies issued by central banks. Their value is linked to the issuing country’s official currency.
Vietnam gets a perfect score, topping the rankings of the global crypto adoption index, despite the bleak market.
Cross-border remittances are transactions that take place between individuals, businesses, banks, or institutions in at least two different countries.
Indian fintech firms raised nearly $9 billion in total funding in 2021, nearly three times the amount raised in 2020, and this trend is expected to continue into 2022
Cross-border remittances are transactions that take place between individuals, businesses, banks, or institutions in at least two different countries
DeFi projects on the blockchain network offer simple and inexpensive access to capital, as well as efficient lending and borrowing, as well as decentralized crypto and synthetic stock exchanges.
CB Insights’ 2021 State of Venture Report confirms fintech funding smashed several records last year, with $132 billion raised. Fintechs captured $1 in every $5 from venture capital firms.
The top 100 blockchain VCs are determined by the cumulative scores of five equal-weighted criteria.
Buy-now-Pay-later, which is well on its way to becoming mainstream in 2022, is a key component of embedded finance.
The National Bank of Cambodia's blockchain-based nationwide payment system, will be officially launched and is recognized as one of the world's first CBDC.