Australian FinTech Parpera has raised $800,000 in crowdfunding campaign held on the platform Equitise.
Last week proved to be good week in terms of FinTech investment, with the rounds revealing the state of CyberTech and InsurTech.
Despite some concerns about what it could mean for competition, the FinTech sector is seemingly happy about the announced merger between Crowdcube and Seedrs.
Over the past seven days we have reported on 27 big FinTech deals. So why not take a closer look at what they mean for the industry.
Leading crowdfunding platforms Crowdcube and Seedrs are going to merge in a new deal, creating one of the world’s arguably largest private equity marketplaces.
Automatic savings app Chip has collected £10.7m via Crowdcube and the government-backed Future Fund.
Chip aims to raise £10m on Crowdcube
Crowdfunding platform Seedrs has launched as secondary market, which will enable startups to hold off on going public a little longer. However, it's not alone in doing so.
Australian banking FinTech Parpera is looking to raise AUD$800,000 ($574,800) on crowdfunding portal Equitise.
Crowdfunding platform Crowdcube has launched a new product called the Direct Community Offer (DCO), aimed at enabling later-stage startups to raise liquidity for early investors without going public.