The fintech unicorn Curve has finished a $2 million funding round from a number of prominent investors.
FitPay has been announced a winner of the Wearable FinTech Startup Challenge launched by Comerica Bank and RocketSpace for financial startups developing technology for wearables.
Tradier, the fastest-developing brokerage and cloud-based financial services API company, allows 100+ fintech firms to access brokerage services. The company’s end-users can place trades directly from their platforms.
BBVA has become the largest shareholder of the startup.
Chinese peer-to-peer online lender Lufax is planning to raise $1 billion next year in an attemp to reach a value of between $15 and $20 billion.
Tyro has raised $100 million from US Asset manager Tiger Global, Atlassian’s Mike Cannon-Brookes, and others. Now the company plans to apply to call itself a bank.
The former chief executive of Barclays, Anthony Jenkins, believes the FinTech will disrupt the traditional banking industry over the next ten years.
US financial services company Robinhood has incorporated four companies, Quantopian, Rubicoin, StockTwits and Openfolio, to allow users of these platforms trade securities for free.
The following list of the globe’s 10 most valued unicorns shows the huge potential of the fintech industry which is gaining recognition from one of the leading investors.