Trends in FinTech You Need to Know​

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Nov 25, 2021

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Summary and Key Takeaways

Cryptocurrency and FinTech are two rapidly changing sectors, and it can be hard to keep abreast with the latest happenings. There’s no better person to ask about trends and development in this market than Jame DiBiasio, the Founder and Editor of leading FinTech and digital asset publication DigFin, which was recently acquired by AMTD Digital. In this episode, he details his journey from crypto apprentice to guru, why blockchain and FinTech matters, how he writes about digital assets as well as other stories and projects that have stuck with him.

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Jame DiBiasio is the Founder and Editor of DigFin, a leading publication covering digital finance, fintech, and digital assets in Asia. Jame has been a financial journalist in Hong Kong since 1997, arriving from New York. In 2000, he founded AsianInvestor, the region’s top asset management publication, and led it for many years. He is the first journalist in Asia Pacific to be honored for “outstanding contribution to institutional journalism” in State Street’s Institutional Press Awards. He is also the author of “Cowries to Crypto: The Story of Money, Currency and Wealth”.

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