Tag "Switzerland"

Top 6 Blockchain and Crypto Companies in Switzerland

In 2015, VC-backed bitcoin and blockchain companies raised an all-time high US$474 million across 74 deals, according to a report by KPMG and CB Insights. As investment surges, some of the world’s largest banks and financial institutions have started exploring

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Nexussquared Wants to Establish Switzerland as a Nexus for Blockchain Technology

As blockchain has now become a buzzword, Switzerland is gearing up to tap into what could well be one of the most disruptive technologies since the Internet was introduced 20 years ago. “Blockchain is, without question, the most significant advancement

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eWise’s Personal Financial Management Platform Promises Both Efficiency and Security

EWise, a leading international provider of Personal Financial Management (PFM) and account aggregation solutions, has been serving some of the world’s most innovative banks and financial institutions including HSBC, Westpac, and FirstDirect. Launched in 2000, eWise‘s flagship product, labeled Money Manager, basically

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13 Upcoming Fintech Events in Switzerland

Financial technology is a hot topic and has become an important subject that is discussed in nearly all tech and startups events. As the world of fintech is moving fast, it can sometimes be a bit tricky to stay on

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Sébastien Flury Of FUSION Fintech: Switzerland Has What It Takes to Compete Against London, NY

Launched in February this year, FUSION is a Swiss accelerator program dedicated to financial technology startups. Self-proclaimed the “Swiss fintech factory,” FUSION was created by Swiss venture capital firm Polytech Ventures and Temenos, a leading banking technology provider, and is

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Swiss Fintech Study “Switzerland Needs to Seize the Fintech Opportunity”

Swiss Fintech Study by Roland Berger: Fintech will play an important role in the financial services industry. While Switzerland’s financial center offers a promising starting point for fintech companies, the country is still well behind expectations, according to this new

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