Softbank has financed several Brazilian startups since the company announced his fund for Latam.
Mexico Central’s Bank launched a platform for digital payments.
SeSocio is an Argentine startup that allows users to finance projects, products.
Japanese conglomerate Softbank wants to partner with large retailers, including Femsa and Bimbo.
Latin America has had a poor performance in competitiveness, according to a Swiss institution. Colombia has been an exceptional case.
The third regional edition of the Visa Everywhere Initiative seeks startups in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Chile is the second most attractive country in Latin America to Fintech investors, but the lack of regulation and venture capital has restricted its growth.
Flixxo takes advantage of the blockchain and the BitTorrent to create a platform that pays to creators and users.
In recent years, China has increased its presence in Latin America, investing in infrastructure and development works, in addition to the arrival in the region of technological products.