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Top 5 Fintech Philippines News of the Week (CW 9)

Fintechnews.PH picks every Friday for you the top 5 Fintech Philippines News of the week:   Follow the Fintech Philippines Facebook or Twitter channel to stay updated. Here we go:   Qwikwire Claims Biggest Funding Round   Cross-border property solutions platform Qwikwire claims to

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Qwikwire Claims Biggest Funding Round

Cross-border property solutions platform Qwikwire claims to have concluded its biggest funding round led by First Asia Venture Capital, and Cerebro Labs, but declined to give figures. The 500 Startups-backed company said investors from the US and Japan, and others

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Top 5 Fintech Philippines News of the Week (CW 8)

Fintechnews.PH picks every Friday for you the top 5 Fintech Philippines News of the week:   Follow the Fintech Philippines Facebook or Twitter channel to stay updated. Here we go: Top 10 Digital Trends Impacting Philippines in 2018 and Beyond IDC Philippines announced its

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8 Fintech Startups In The Philippines To Keep An Eye On This Year

The Philippines is believed to be an attractive market for the introduction of digital banking and fintech solutions, thanks to its young population, high Internet penetration rate, and yet low digital payments adoption. Numerous fintech players have entered the market

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Blockchain Startups Growing in Philippines

A “new mode of collaboration” or “new business collaboration tool“. These are probably the most generic definitions given to blockchain, the technology behind the first decentralized cryptocurrency Bitcoin. Thanks to Harvard Business Review, and Computerworld for putting it into layman’s

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PH Fintech firm Salarium raises $13.5m in ICO

Philippine-based payment solutions firm Salarium completed recently its initial coin offering (ICO) raising $13.5 million in the sale of its SALPay token. The development came amid pending ICOs of two other local fintech companies Tagcash and Qwikwire who aim to raise $16 million and $9 million

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