Posts From Fintechnews Singapore

Asia’s 5 Most Promising Fintech Companies

SWIFT’s Innotribe has wrapped up its worldwide 2015 Startup Challenge competition and has selected 12 early-stage and 8 growth-stage finalists for the grand finale organized during Sibos on October 14 in Singapore. Launched by SWIFT in 2011, the Innotribe Startup

Read More

Singapore Fintech Startup Mesitis with 1 Bio AUM

Mesitis, a Singaporean fintech startup that provides asset management and investment platforms, has raised US$3 million (S$4.05 million) in a Series A funding round to accelerate its global expansion to overseas markets, including Hong Kong, Zurich, Dubai and London. According

Read More

Singapore Fintech Map

A great overview about Fintech Startups in Singapore provided by the Singapore Fintech Consortium – a Singapore Fintech Map.

Read More

CoAssets: Southeast Asia’s Very First Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform

CoAssets is a Singapore-based real estate crowdfunding platform, business network and educational interface for real estate and crowdfunding enthusiasts. Launched in July 2013, the platform aims to “match make” property deals with investors and was the very first real estate

Read More

DeBuNe: A Decentralized Business Network Powered by the Blockchain

DeBuNe, or DEcentralized BUsiness NEtwork, is a decentralized peer-to-peer ecosystem of small and skilled businesses – referred as Business Units – that provides small companies and freelancers the relevant tools to collaborate, market, offer and monetize their expertise or products

Read More

Kashmi: Bringing Social Payments to Young Singaporean Professionals

Kashmi, pronounced ‘cash-me’, is a social peer-to-peer payment platform developed by a team of Sri Lankans for the Singaporean market. The startup provides a mobile application that allows users to pay their friends instantly and in a convenient matter and

Read More

Singaporean Social Trading Platform ShereIt

ShereIt, formerly Bw8 Trading, is a Singaporean global social trading network that allows non-professional investors to identify expert traders, follow them and copy their trades and actions. Social trading, which started to gain popularity in the early 2010s, is the

Read More

TrustingSocial: Credit Scoring Based on Mobile and Social Data

TrustingSocial, a fintech startup headquartered in New York, is looking to tap into a trillion dollar market opportunity by determining your creditworthiness with social and mobile data. By using home-designed Big Data and deep learning technologies, TrustingSocial aims to find

Read More

HomePay Singapore Helps Families Manage Their Finances And Go Cashless

HomePay is a Singaporean mobile and social payment solution for families and communities. The app uses smartphone technology connected to prepaid debit cards to allow families and their members to manage, transfer and spend money responsibly. Whether you’re looking to

Read More

Toast; Low Cost Blockchain-Powered Remittances for the Unbanked Migrant Workers

Toast, a startup that provides remittance services to Singapore’s migrant workers, is using the bitcoin blockchain to make money transfers faster, cheaper and more convenient for all customers. Most migrant workers, who send up to half of their salary to

Read More