4 fintech startups worth checking out at Tech in Asia Singapore 2018
This May 15 & 16, more than 250 promising startups will be gathered under one roof at Tech in Asia Singapore 2018, showcasing their products to over 5,000 attendees, investors and media.
Fintech has been revolutionizing traditional industries, particularly the finance sector. Blockchain is becoming more mainstream, and digitalization has become increasingly widespread. In line with the evolving landscape, this article highlights four fintech startups to keep a look out for at Startup Factory.
TranSwap aims to make money transfer abroad both convenient and cost-effective. Based in Singapore and Hong Kong, the company allows users to seamlessly manage and execute payments globally while reducing foreign exchange conversion costs and complexity. It promises to save businesses up to eight times in transaction costs as compared to intermediaries. The funds are also secure as it does not form part of the company’s assets, and are instead deposited in segregated accounts.
GStar.AI noticed the trend of skilled manual traders becoming obsolete, and being gradually replaced by algorithmic financial trading. The company has a dream of bringing traders back into the ecosystem by simplifying knowledge exchange amongst them. GStar.AI seeks to match traders with the public so that both sides can benefit – experts are able to build and monetize their trading ideas, while the masses are able to enjoy the services at lower cost.
With an aim to modernize the buying and selling of gold, EmasDigi allows you to trade quality gold, starting from 0.01 grams, through a mobile application. Beyond that, users can even do mutual gold transfers amongst friends through their smartphones. The company hopes to introduce both price transparency and quality assurance to users.
Pampasy is a mobile platform that provides cashless payment solutions for individuals and businesses, with a focus on empowering small and medium-sized enterprises in accepting cashless payments through smartphones. A sample use case would be the payment of parking fees, which can be done by scanning a QR code. Premium members of Pampasy are entitled to perks such as cashbacks and bonuses for recruiting new members to the program.
Showcase your offerings at TIA Singapore 2018
Beyond getting a chance to connect with potential customers and generate brand awareness, you’ll also get to meet media and investors. Keen to be part of the 250 unique startup exhibitors at Startup Factory?
10 percent discount (i.e. US$59) and application for Startup Factory will end tonight, 17 April, 11.59pm (GMT +8). Each booth package costs US$597 before discount and comes with a one-day booth and two exhibitor passes. You will only pay for your booth upon confirmation, be sure not to miss your last chance to exhibit!
If you’d like to be present as an attendee, you’ll also get to meet over 5,000 industry players and learn from many insightful talks this May 15 & 16. Get your tickets before 29 April to score 10 percent off (up to US$69) with the code tiasg10. Pro-tip: To enjoy early and exclusive access to the exhibiting startups’ database, simply upgrade to an Investor Pass!
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