Forbes 2019 List of 50 FinTech Companies

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Forbes 2019 List of 50 FinTech Companies

Forbes has published its list of the top 50 FinTech companies for 2019.

There are 20 new Fintech companies.

Two of the new companies are Axoni and Bolt.

Axoni (New York) is using blockchain-based smart contracts to overhaul the back office of the world’s biggest derivative markets. They received $59 million in funding from Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan.

Bolt (San Francisco) is making mobile-ready checkout software for ecommerce sites. They include sales analysis and fraud prevention and guarantee to cover any fraud losses. Bolt integrated functions can cut checkout times from more than one minute to 30 seconds. They had $20 million from Founders Fund, Intuit.

They had eleven big Fintech companies on the list.

1. Stripe, $22.5 billion
2. Coinbase, $8 billion
3. Robinhood, $5.6 billion
4. Ripple, $5 billion
5. SoFi, $4.4 billion
6. Credit Karma, $4 billion
7. Circle, $3 billion
8. Plaid, $2.65 billion
9. Three-way tie:
Avant, $2 billion
Gusto, $2 billion
Zenefits, $2 billion

By | 2019-02-08T02:31:24+00:00 February 8th, 2019|Categories: blockchain, cryptocurrency, fintech, smart contracts|Tags: , |Comments Off on Forbes 2019 List of 50 FinTech Companies

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