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The Daily Dig for Tuesday, May 12

The Daily Dig for Tuesday, May 12

Today’s Daily Dig illustrates what a truly global phenomenon alternative finance has become.   LendMe becomes first first New Zealand P2P to specialize in secured lending LendMe has received a licence from the Financial Markets Authority and will offer loans ...

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The Daily Dig for Monday, April 20

The Daily Dig for Monday, April 20

Food for thought from around the world in today’s Daily Dig Larry Summers takes opportunistic stance on P2P The Larry Summers keynote at LendIt drew attention. The author of policies which contributed to the recession is now capitalizing on the opportunities ...

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The Daily Dig for Tuesday, March 24

The Daily Dig for Tuesday, March 24

P2P’s need borrowers As institutions suck up prime P2P loans in seconds, little is left. So little in fact, platforms are forming unique partnerships to attract more. Shelly Banjo reports. European banks must amend living wills The FDIC chided several ...

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Former FDIC official joins AssetAvenue

Former FDIC official joins AssetAvenue

Real estate crowdfunding platform AssetAvenue has announced the hiring of former FDIC official Eddie Prosser as their Senior Vice President of Real Estate Investments. Mr. Prosser will be charged with enhancing broker and lender partnerships along with developing Asset Avenue’s ...

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The Daily Dig for Friday, August 22

The Daily Dig for Friday, August 22

A big banker finding fault with a fine of a big bank and other startling news makes up today’s Daily Dig.   Chinese P2P industry is booming but trouble looms With more than 1,000 separate companies, the Chinese P2P industry ...

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The Daily Dig for Friday, August 1

The Daily Dig for Friday, August 1

Crowdnetic and leading academic to partner The partnership between technology and data provider Crowdnetic and the program at UC Berkeley which is headed by Dr. Richard Swart should yield some interesting numbers as crowdfunding research continues to evolve.  Read the release ...

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The Daily Dig for Thursday, July 17

The Daily Dig for Thursday, July 17

BT is in San Francisco live blogging conferences but we found ourselves with a bit of time to scour the web for the best in crowdfunding, P2P, real estate and banking. Chinese P2P sites victimized by hackers Much like the ...

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The Daily Dig for Tuesday, July 9

The Daily Dig for Tuesday, July 9

Today’s Daily dig explores crowdfunding education in Egypt, the unbanked in India, and potato salad in the U.S. India’s Reserve Bank tells banks to open reserves in remote locations The reserve Bank of India has told big banks that a ...

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The Daily Dig for Tuesday, June 10

The Daily Dig for Tuesday, June 10

A stellar lineup in today’s Daily Dig, with expansions, investments and hires, all signs of a robust climate.   Bay Area restaurants accepting Bitcoin One dozen Bay Area restaurants accept Bitcoins, mostly through Bitpay.  Some report one or two purchases ...

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The Daily Dig for Thursday, May 8

The Daily Dig for Thursday, May 8

The limitations of regulators on both sides of the pond highlight today’s Daily Dig, along with the growing Asian bank hiring scandal. Are regulators doing enough to police those under their watch? That is an entirely appropriate question to ask, ...

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