Fasanara Fintech Weekly

DeFi Components In GameFi, UK - Singapore Trade Deal, Funding Flows Into Web3 Start-ups & More




Happy Friday!



In this edition:


  • More early-stage funding flows to climate fintech and finance

  • Exploring the DeFi components in GameFi

  • Understanding cybersecurity management for fintech: cybersecurity policy and strategy management

  • UK’s Singapore trade deal promises fintech and data flow boost

  • Funding starts to cascade into Web3 startups.




 


More early-stage funding flows to climate fintech and finance.



Relative to the size and urgency of the problem, climate change-focused startups comprise a comparatively paltry portion of venture funding recipients. Over time, however, their numbers have been rising.

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Exploring the DeFi components in GameFi.



GameFi draws parallels with DeFi including staking, liquidity mining, NFT trading and NFT fractionalization.


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Understanding cybersecurity management for fintech: cybersecurity policy and strategy management.




Cyber-attacks are on the rise with every passing day, and so is the cost associated with the damage caused by them. To protect the financial institutions from the menace of these cyber-attacks, a cybersecurity policy and strategy sets the standards to: monitor cyber activities on premises, design prevention and detection measures, and take appropriate actions to curb these activities.


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UK’s Singapore trade deal promises fintech and data flow boost.



The UK has signed a digital trade deal with Singapore that aims to boost international business expansion and “enhance” the existing Fintech Bridge between the two countries.


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Funding starts to cascade into Web3 startups.



In what it described as a move to promote financial inclusion for 100 million buy now, pay later (BNPL) users, TransUnion has launched a new suite of solutions designed to help these people get and establish credit.


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