Archiv für Fintech Singapore

WeInvest Asia: Bringing Simplicity and Transparency to Wealth Management

WeInvest, a Singaporean fintech startup that provides a wealth management platform, wants to make information about investment products accessible and comprehensive to the average Singaporean. WeInvest’s platform pools and standardizes the information of available products from various financial institutions, allowing users to search and compare over 20,000 products, and eventually […] » Weiterlesen

Blockchain Startup May Get Funded By Singapore’s Central Bank

Blockchain technology is one of the key innovations that Singapore’s central bank and financial regulator, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), it looks to dig in as part of its nation-wise plan into building a Smart Financial Center. Reflecting the authority’s interest in blockchain technology, Startupbootcamp Fintech Singapore 2015, a […] » Weiterlesen

Kashmi: Bringing Social Payments to University Students and 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 is betting on what it calls a „payments feed“ to […] » Weiterlesen

Otonomos: Disrupting Business Incorporation, Funding and Governance by Using the Blockchain

Otonomos is a blockchain startup that helps entrepreneurs incorporate their businesses on digital distributed ledgers, allowing massive disintermediation in traditional processes. » Weiterlesen

TradeHero Wants to Democratize Stock Trading Through Gamification

TradeHero, a free fantasy stock market app developed by Singaporean startup MyHero, wants to democratize trading but allowing people to trade stocks using virtual currencies and learn from top traders. The startup, which now counts some 4 million users, is now extending its global footprint and is gaining much traction […] » Weiterlesen

2C2P Strives to Become Southeast Asia’s PayPal? Myanmar’s 1st e-commerce payment platform

2C2P, a Singapore-headquartered payment services company, is extensively expanding its footprint in Southeast Asia and strives to become the region’s PayPal. 2C2P’s journey has been nothing but successful since its inception in 2003. Founded by Aung Kyaw Moe, an entrepreneur from Myanmar who is based in Singapore and Thailand, 2C2P […] » Weiterlesen

MatchMove Pay Virtual Cards Are Attacking South East Asia

Award-winning Singaporean Fintech startup MatchMove Pay, is bringing online and mobile payments to Southeast Asia by providing virtual cards linked to digital wallets that users can easily top-up at the nearest ATM, through online banking, or via credit card. You want to shop online but don’t have a credit card? […] » Weiterlesen

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 send cash to your children or pay your maid, HomePay […] » Weiterlesen

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 their country of origin once per month, must undergo a […] » Weiterlesen

Singapore Moves Forward Into Becoming the Fintech Hub in Asia / Formation of Fintech Innovation Group

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the city-state’s central bank and financial regulatory authority, has announced the formation of a new Fintech Innovation Group (FTIG), a working group that will be responsible for regulatory policies and strategies for developing all areas of fintech. Announced in late-2014, Singapore’s Smart Nation Programme, […] » Weiterlesen