Fintech, ICO, News

Crowd Genie – Singapore Licensed P2P Lending Platform launching ICO to build Asset Exchange

The idea of lending without the middle-man has caught fire in cryptocurrency finance. The idea of being able to connect with lenders beyond traditional sources will be the next big “thing” in global business development. This ability is especially important for smaller businesses – many of who do not qualify

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Blockchain, Fintech, News

2nd Annual London Blockchain Week 2018 returns in January

Chipin is delighted to announce that we are an official media partner for London Blockchain Week, one of the most coveted events in the blockchain industry. The London Blockchain Week, will mark its 2018 debut on the 19th of January and end on the 26th of January. Capping off a

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Fintech, ICO

Meet the Founder – Exclusive Interview with ETHLend CEO Stani Kulechov

EthLend is a decentralized lending service offering secured digital loans to customers in an intuitive and secure platform. The main feature of ETHLend is the financing options available in ETH, which allows users to borrow or lend ETH using EthLend’s digital tokens in an efficient manner or by using ENS

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Fintech, ICO

Meet the Boss – Exclusive Interview with Bloom Co-Founder Jesse Leimgruber

Bloom decentralizes credit scoring. Bloom is a protocol and blockchain-powered platform for assessing credit risk through the process of identity verification as well as enabling access to credit staking. In layman’s terms, Bloom is a global decentralized credit scoring system available to anyone – even the unbanked and underbanked. Bloom’s

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Fintech, ICO, News

Bloom – The Global Decentralized Credit Scoring Platform Powered by Ethereum & IPFS

Credit scoring is an essential part of today’s financing process but there’s a huge flaw within the industry that’s been occurring for a very long time. For context, the credit scoring process is monopolized by FICO, an institution that provides credit scoring for almost every lender in the United States.

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