Tony Zerucha·Alt-Finance·March 17, 2015·1 min readThe Daily Dig for Tuesday, March 17 ShareTweetShareSubmit New Chinese P2P launches Suzhou Money’s parent company China Huirong hopes to capitalize on a regional need for safe lending options. Read the press release here. Australian P2P update Marketlend founder and CEO Leo Tyndall updates the current state of P2P in the region. Read the article here. Female-led startups see huge crowdfunding benefits The crowd doesn’t care about demographics when it looks at a project. That meritocracy is benefiting many female entrepreneurs. Alex Kalinauckas reports.See alsoSeptember 29, 2016Capitalizing on data a challenge on many fronts: study Patreon absorbs competitor Creator crowdfunding platform Patreon purchased fellow artist crowdfunder Subbable. Stuart Dredge reports. Like this article? Take a second to support us on Patreon!