FintekNews always wants to bring our readers the newest and best thoughts in the fintech world ANYWHERE. We do concentrate on the U.S. but hey, we can be global too. So, because our super star IT guy (hi Michael) is in Lima, Peru and we just wrote about a VERY unique accelerator – TheVentureCity- that just launched in Miami and is looking at Latin America (LatAm), we wanted to point out some (like 9) top LatAm fintech startups that just got accepted into Startupbootcamp FinTech Mexico City. So, when they take over Amazon, you heard it at FintekNews FIRST. Si Amigo, true.
“Mexico City – Startupbootcamp FinTech has announced the 9 FinTech startups chosen to be part of its first program in Latin America, based in Mexico City. The program is run in partnership with Finnovista, the leading champion of FinTech innovation in Latin America…
The nine winners, selected to for 2017 Startupbootcamp FinTech Mexico City Program are:
Dapp (Mexico): payment wallet that tackles the strong problem that exists with card information theft and unrecognized charges. It permits its users to pay other users, pay inside stores or pay in websites, only by scanning technology codes and authorizing payments with their fingerprint.
Dinerio(Mexico): The first automated and free personal finance platform in Mexico, capable of linking users’ bank accounts to download and categorize their transactions automatically.
Ubank (Chile): Mobile app that helps people save automatically for their financial projects and goals, using saving rules that transform everyday habits and actions into saving opportunities.
Mensajea (Ecuador): Set of technologic tools to automate customer service, sales and marketing.
DILE (Colombia): startup that increases customer acquisition in financial and insurance companies using artificial intelligence and predictive analytics.
Flink (Mexico): online investment advisors.
Tesseract (Mexico): company specializing in computer security solutions, providing accessibility to cloud services at low cost.
PayIt (Mexico): an easy way to pay and receive payments from people you know.
Friendly Transfer(Ecuador) as they named themselves, the “Uber” for international money transfers…”