Tagged: investment apps

High-Interest DeFi Token Clever (CLVA) Listed on Uniswap, an Ethereum Token Exchange that Recently Launched New Features

The developers of Clever DeFi (CLVA), a crypto token that claims to offer 307% returns during the first year and 445% during the second year, state that they’re the first “pure-DeFi” initiative  with “zero team tokens and complete decentralization.” Clever DeFi also claims that it’s… Read More

YIELD Fintech Investment App Is Now Offering Up to 20% APY on Ethereum (ETH) Deposits as DeFi Market Continues to Evolve

The developers of the YIELD Fintech investment App have launched their Ethereum (ETH) fund, which will allow their users to earn as much as 20% APY on cryptocurrency’s second-biggest asset, Ether . The YIELD App team noted that this adds to their current “stable of… Read More

New Money Market Mutual Fund Is Being Offered via Indonesia’s OVO Mobile App through Partnership with Local Firms

Indonesian digital wallet provider OVO has teamed up with Manulife Aset Manajemen Indonesia (MAMI) and its partner Bareksa in order to introduce an instant redemption mutual fund. OVO stated that the new offering is the first of its kind in the Southeast Asian country. The… Read More

Israeli Fintech PayKey Expands Mobile Keyboard System to Allow Clients to Easily Manage Investments, Apply for Loans

Israel-based Fintech firm PayKey has reportedly expanded its mobile keyboard system in order to allow bank clients to easily manage their investments and apply for loans from within any supported app. The PayKey team confirmed on February 2, 2021: “Today, we expanded our solution to… Read More

Micro-Investing Fintech App Provider Stash Secures $125M via Series G led by Eldridge

Stash, a US-based company that offers micro-investment options through a mobile app, has reportedly acquired $125 million in capital through its Series G funding round that was led by Eldridge. Stash initially began operations by providing a micro-investing app but has now also made an… Read More

Personal Finance Professional Explains how 401(k) Plans, Robo-Advisors, Investment Apps can Help Grow Our Wealth

Erica Gellerman, a CPA, MBA, and personal finance expert, notes in a blog post published by Chime Financial Inc. (a US-based banking challenger valued at around $14.5 billion) that if you’re planning to grow your wealth or net worth, then investing can be “a smart… Read More

Zürich based Investart, an Online Investing Service, Is Now Offering Zero-Commission Trading Options to New Investors

Switzerland-based Investart, an online investing service with an intuitive “click-of-a-button” platform that’s intended for all users (especially to beginners), has dropped its commissions on transactions to zero. Customers have the option to choose between creating and managing their own investments or accepting portfolio allocations recommended… Read More

Amsterdam Fintech BUX, a Retail Brokerage Firm, to Offer Simplified Investing Experience to Traders in Germany and Austria

Amsterdam based Fintech BUX, a retail brokerage company that announced a “soft launch” version of its digital asset exchange earlier this year, will be expanding its stock trading services into Austria and Germany. The commission-free trading app provider is introducing its investment platform, Bux Zero,… Read More

New York-based Fintech AllocateRite’s Portfolio Management Strategies Now Available via iOS and Android Mobile App

New York-based AllocateRite, a Fintech and data science firm that offers exchange-traded-funds (ETF)-based dynamic asset allocation options and risk analytics services, recently confirmed that its portfolio management and asset allocation strategies will be available via iOS and Android mobile devices. AllocateRite’s mobile app will be… Read More

“Financially Motivated” Cybercriminals to Target Investment App Users, Online Financial Data Processing Platforms, Cryptocurrencies: Kaspersky

Investment applications, online financial data processing tools and decentralized cryptocurrency platforms will most likely be targeted by the “financially motivated cyber threat actors” next year, leading cybersecurity company Kaspersky claims. Financial cyber threats and attacks are some of the most dangerous or damaging ones, as… Read More

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