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Mapping the Finverse

I blogged the other day about the Finverse and $100 billion invested in FinTech firms in the first half of 2021. Wow! It made me think that I often talk about the fact that there are 1,000’s of FinTech start-ups launching around the world. My guess today is that there are …

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Welcome to the Finverse

Am I the only one fed up with catchphrases in tech to create the Next Big Thing (NBT)? Cloud, Big Data, Platform, Ecosystem, Kubernetes and more are regularly catching an ember to try to spark a fire. Sometimes it works – Digital and Banking-as-a-Service (I’m biased as I was there first) – …

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The Finanser’s Week: 9th August 2021- 15th August 2021

This week’s blog launched FinTech4Kids FinTech4kids, Part 1, Demand and Supply FinTech4kids, Part 2, Banking and FinTech FinTech4kids, Part 3, Cloud and the Network Effect FinTech4kids, Part 4, Remittances and Blockchain FinTech4kids, Part 5, Biometrics and Identity   This week’s top reading includes (via Citadel Advantage): Banks delay return to office …

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FinTech4kids, Part 2, Banking and FinTech

When I wrote the Captain Cake series and pivoted to be a children’s author as well as a FinTech guy, a friend said that I should write a children’s book about FinTech, which I did. It’s not something aimed at publication as a book, but thought I would share with …

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FinTech4kids, Part 1, Demand and Supply

When I wrote the Captain Cake series and pivoted to be a children’s author as well as a FinTech guy, a friend said that I should write a children’s book about FinTech, which I did. It’s not something aimed at publication as a book, but thought I would share with …

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The Olympics of Money

I guess, because we are in lockdown, that I find the Olympics quite surreal. Lots of sports and lots of commentary and lots of weird things going on in my head. For example, I started to think about what an Olympics of banking and fintech would look like. Oh, dear. …

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Where is the banking revolution?

That old expression that what goes up must come down applies to so many things. An umbrella goes up and down, dependent upon the weather. Company executives who are going up will come down, most times. And businesses that appear to be bullet-proof can stumble and fall. I’m thinking Blockbuster, …

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