Tony Zerucha·Alt-Finance·March 6, 2016·1 min readThe Daily Dig for March 5, 2016 ShareTweetShareSubmit P2P’s to turn to hedge funds to fuel growth Marketplace lenders will increasingly turn to hedge funds to drive their growth, a new survey shows. Learn more here. Mobile phones helping African financial inclusion While 63 percent of sub-Saharan Africans are unbanked, more than half access mobile money through agent. Opportunity awaits. Learn more here. Jordanian Fin-tech industry on the rise Fin-tech companies in Jordan are are making their mark, writes Eliot Maras reports. Bank On Miami helps unbanked A new program in Miami provides an alternative to payday lenders. Nina Lincoff reports. Online lenders “nothing new” – Dimon Online lenders leverage big data in a bigger way than JPMorgan and their ilk. That’s the only major difference between the new and the old, Jamie Dimon believes. Leena Rao reports.See alsoMarch 17, 2018Blockchain preparations growing on enterprise level Is institutionalization a problem for alt-fi? Big players, accredited investors. Is the little guy being squeezed out of alt-fi? Marc Shoffman reports. LendInvest exec discusses growth challenges Overcoming bias is one of Matt Tooth’s job responsibilities as he helps LendInvest grow. Rozi Jones reports.