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UK VCs Chase FinTech Chances – Plus Loan Offer Latest

The UK’s venture capital industry has been very active in investing in the FinTech sector – more so than its US counterpart, according to research (see below). Our friends at Finextra offer a report, but we’d add just a short comment: perhaps the relative strength of VCX interest may be partially accounted for by the fact that FinTech is already much more of a mainstream investment in the US equity capital markets, with major weightings in tech amongst the big market indices. Here’s Finextra’s report: A sharp increase in UK venture capital (VC) fund performance over the last 12 months …

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Non-Fungible Tokens Explored – And (Partially) Explained

Martin Baker, award-winning journalist and head of communications at Money&Co., looks at Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs). The lunatic with the loudest voice in the asylum at the time of writing is undoubtedly the NFT. Artist Damien Hirst is set to enter the NFT world with much-heralded plans to sell 10,000 artworks tied to corresponding NFTs. The launch is entitled “The Currency Project”, in case you didn’t get the joke, and is being released on a new technology called Palm, connected to the Ethereum blockchain network whose native cryptocurrency is Ether, the second-biggest cryptocurrency behind Bitcoin. An NFT can manifest itself in …

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