The British Financial Conduct Authority published interim feedback following a call for input to the post-implementation review of the rules for crowdfunding.
City A.M. published its top 100 fintech influential leaders list for 2016.
Startups are set for a boost from the chancellor’s Autumn Statement. Fintech on a particular focus.
According to experts, even though the bank left the group intends to continue developing blockchain projects on its own, news report. [Updated 23 November 2016].
Say hello to the decentralized economy — the blockchain is about to change everything. Bettina Warburg describes how the blockchain will eliminate the need for centralized institutions like banks or governments to facilitate trade, evolving age-old models of commerce and finance into something far more interesting: a distributed, transparent, autonomous system for exchanging value.
The platform to shake up equity crowdfunding.
Blockchain comes second only to the invention of the web, experts claim, in its disruptive power which seems to be reshaping every aspect of human activity, spanning from business to law to entrepreneurship with society, at large, ending up being assimilated confirming that Blockchain is a real game changer which, sooner or later, will revolutionize also the way we all think.
Altfi Data’s 2016 “Where are they now?” report reveals the status of all companies that have been funded using equity crowdunding, since the industry was conceived in 2011. What has been the impact of Brexit until now? [Report]
Crowdfunding is booming in China, a new report points out.
Jeff Lynn, CEO and co-founder of Seedrs: “It’s great to see how active Andy has become in early-stage investment and his recent investments on Seedrs into Perkbox and WeSwap reaffirm this. He is a great example of an investor who understands this asset class and the importance of building a broad investment portfolio, into which these two disruptive tech brands will add even more diversity.”