The 2019 fintech industry saw trends of continued and higher funding for older venture capital (VC)-backed startups and an increased focus on global diversity.
The 2019 fintech industry saw trends of continued and higher funding for older venture capital backed startups and a focus on global diversity, read more to see trends going into 2020.
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