It’s a fintech frenzy — top venture pros spill why the $11 billion party won’t end anytime soon
|01/18/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Venture capital firms invested $11 billion in fintech companies in 2018, the highest figure in eight years.
- Venture investors don’t expect the fintech frenzy to slow down any time soon, despite stock market volatility and economic uncertainty in the US.
It’s never been a hotter time to be a fintech company looking to raise cash.
Venture capital firms poured $11 billion into fintech firms in 2018, the most in eight years, according to a combined report by PwC and CB Insights. Funding surged 38% from a year prior, with big deals including crypto exchange Coinbase’s latest $300 million round and read more >>>