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The numbers for Italy’s FinTech

107 startups and over 7 million euros invested: a summary of Italy’s FinTech with an infographic created by SmartMoney  

by Martina Pennisi
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New rules for e-commerce

With the arrival of 2015, borders begin to have a renewed importance. Especially when discussing e-commerce and taxes.

by Martina Pennisi
Smartmoney

The 10 FinTech events of 2015 that can’t be missed

Here below is an overview of the FinTech events already on the agenda for 2015. London reconfirms itself as the point of reference. And events in Las Vegas, Barcelona, and in Milan will follow

by Martina Pennisi
Smartmoney

FinTech’s giant step at the end of the year: after Lending Club goes public its value grows to 9 billion dollars

Lending Club, the American personal and small business loan company, went public on the stock market and reached values of 24.69 dollars per share, 65% above the initial offer

by Martina Pennisi
Smartmoney

516 billion dollars at the disposition of mobile commerce startups

By 2017, 700 billion dollars will be invested in mobile Internet, 516 of which through smartphone acquisitions

by Martina Pennisi
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The best Italian fintech startups awarded by CheBanca! GrandPrix

The young talents of Italian fintech rewarded by David Wolman and other experts of innovation.

by Martina Pennisi
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MasterCard and Visa, a farewell to passwords. Biometric identification by 2015

The two payment circuits are working in collaboration to substitute the current authentication system: one-time passwords and fingerprints by 2015

by Martina Pennisi
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A bit of Italy is breaking the bank on Indiegogo

Empatica, created in Italy, and Jolla, co-founded by Italian Stefano Mosconi, collected over one million dollars in just a few hours on Indiegogo.

by Martina Pennisi
Smartmoney

The Fintech magic year

2014 will close as the all time high for VC investments in the Fitech sector, but 2015 may prove to be the year of explotion.

by Martina Pennisi
StartupItalia

«The true strength of European startups is digital nomading»

Roberto Bonanzinga is a Venture Partner at Balderton Capital, one of Europe’s main investment funds. Based in London for seven years now, after having lived and worked in Silicon Valley, he is probably the ideal person to talk to about the specifics of the startup ecosystem on our continent and the role that innovative Italian… Read more »

by Federico Guerrini