Fintech più ricche, la classifica delle aziende che stanno facendo una fortuna

Quali sono le fintech più ricche al mondo? Ce lo dice questa speciale classifica.

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In attesa della nuova classifica che speriamo non tardi ad arrivare, ci gustiamo la lista di Forbes relativa alle fintech più ricche dello scorso anno, quelle che non avevano ancora goduto della pandemia e dell’esplosione provocata dalle varie restrizioni. Ecco le aziende tra tech e finanzia più ricche.

Classifica fintech più ricche

Per approfondimenti vi invitiamo naturalmente a consultare l’articolo di Forbes relativo appunto alla classifica delle fintech più ricche del momento. Ecco invece la completa dei ricconi del settore:

Acorns – Personal Finance – $257 milioni (Finanziamenti) – Irvine, California
Addepar – Wall Street & Enterprise – $240 M – Mountain View, California
Affirm – Personal Finance – $800 m – San Francisco, California
Axoni – Blockchain & Bitcoin – $59 M – New York, New York
Behavox – Wall Street & Enterprise – $20 M – New York, New York
Better.com – Real Estate – $254 M – New York, New York
Betterment – Investing – $275 M -New York, New York
Brex – B2B Lending – $315 M – San Francisco, California
Cadre – Real Estate – $133 M – New York, New York
Carta – Wall Street & Enterprise – $448 M – San Francisco, California
Chainalysis – Blockchain & Bitcoin – $45 M – New York, New York
Chime – Personal Finance – $805 M – San Francisco, California
Coinbase – Blockchain & Bitcoin – $525 M – San Francisco, California
Credit Karma – Personal Finance – $869 M – San Francisco, California
Dave – Personal Finance – $76 M – Los Angeles, California
Divvy Homes – Real Estate – $163 M – San Francisco, California
Ethos – Insurance – $107 M – San Francisco, California
Everledger – Blockchain & Bitcoin – $20 M – London, United Kingdom
Fattmerchant – Payments – $18 M – Orlando, Florida
Finix – Payments – $55 M – San Francisco, California
Hippo Insurance – Insurance – $209 M – Palo Alto, California
iCapital Network – Investing – $80 M – New York, New York
Insurify – Insurance – $30 M – Cambridge, Massachusetts
Kabbage – B2B Lending – $489 M – Atlanta, Georgia
Kindur – Investing – $11 M – New York, New York
Lemonade – Insurance – $480 M – New York, New York
Lively – Personal Finance – $42 M – San Francisco, California
MakerDAO – Blockchain & Bitcoin – $63 M – New York, New York
Marqeta – Payments – $378 M – Oakland, California
MoneyLion – Personal Finance – $207 M – New York, New York
Next Insurance – Insurance – $381 M – Palo Alto, California
Nova Credit – Personal Finance – $65 M – San Francisco, California
Opendoor – Real Estate – $1300 M – San Francisco, California
Payoneer – Payments – $270 M – New York, New York
Plaid – Payments – $310 M – San Francisco, California
Plastiq – Payments – $140 M – San Francisco, California
Propel – Personal Finance – $18 M – New York, New York
Ripple – Blockchain & Bitcoin – $293 M – San Francisco, California
Roofstock – Real Estate – $133 M – Oakland, California
Root Insurance – Insurance – $528 M – Columbus, Ohio
Stash – Investing – $192 M – New York, New York
States Title – Real Estate – $107 M – San Francisco, California
Stripe – Payments – $1000 M – San Francisco, California
Tala – Personal Finance – $200 M – Santa Monica, California
Tally – Personal Finance – $92 M – San Francisco, California
Toast – Payments – $498 M – Boston, Massachusetts
TransferWise – Payments – $689 M – London, United Kingdom
Trumid – Wall Street & Enterprise – $200 M – New York, New York
Unison – Real Estate – $40 M – San Francisco, California
Upstart – Personal Finance $165 M – San Mateo, California

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