Tagged: borrowing

Ankitt Gaur: Founder and CEO at EasyFi Reveals Current Issues in Lending and Borrowing, Comments on DeFi Space

EasyFi is a universal layer-2 lending platform focused on improving the landscape of lending and borrowing digital assets. It is an open network infrastructure that facilitates peer-to-peer and cross-chain asset settlements. In a first-of-its-kind in the DeFi space, users’ creditworthiness is being appraised by EasyFi… Read More

UK’s Investment Platform easyMoney Explains Differences between IFISA and P2P Lending Options

UK’s easyMoney, the investment platform from Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou’s easy family of brands that claims that it has “never lost a penny on its loans,” notes that sometimes, the world of finance can appear to be quite complicated. In their opinion, this can also be… Read More

UK Fintech Startup ilumoni Acquires £1.2M in Seed Funding, Receives FCA Authorization

ilumoni, a Fintech app that aims to assist consumers with borrowing, has secured £1.2 million in an over-subscribed seed funding round. ilumoni has finalized its round after introducing the Beta version of its app earlier this year. ilumoni is a “purpose-led,” AI-enhanced Fintech solution provider… Read More

Kava Labs, which Aims to Democratize Financial Services, Reveals Kava 5, Hard V2 are Live, Supporting Fully-Functional Lending Platform

Adam Turman, Developer Support Engineer at Kava Labs Inc, which is focused on “democratizing” financial services and making them more accessible to “anyone, anywhere” across the globe, notes that Kava Labs is pleased to introduce new features and enhancements they’ve been working on recently. Turman… Read More

Celsius Network Unveils Compounding Interest for Crypto Holders

Celsius Network, a cryptocurrency lending and borrowing platform, announced on Thursday the introduction of compounding interest for crypto holders on its site. According to Celsius Network, members will be able to earn weekly compounded interest on CEL tokens at a rate of 3% per annum…. Read More

EY FinTech Adoption Survey: More Millennials Tapping P2P, Online Payments and Investments; Fintech Is Here to Stay

15.5% of digitally active consumers currently use financial technology products Payment services are the most popular product offering Users are younger, wealthier and increasingly urban With 29.1%, Hong Kong has the highest rate of FinTech use of all surveyed markets  “Higher-income individuals are some of the… Read More

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