ChintaMoney uses open banking merged with proprietary tools to provide financial well-being to consumers.
ChintaMoney - Also a Bengaluru-based startup that has an open banking method, merged with proprietary tools to provide financial well-being to its consumers.
ChintaMoney is a personal budget management tool with integrated payments and investment options as well. The startup offers UPI-based payments options and has tied-up with an Indian private bank
World-leading global accelerator Startupbootcamp (SBC) Australia hosted their first FinTech Demo Day at the Forum Melbourne today. After 87 days of hard work, the 10 startups chosen for the accelerator program pitched to a room of 350+ partners, mentors, investors, industry experts, and guests.
Global accelerator Startupbootcamp announced the final 10 participants for its specialized FinTech Accelerator program. The fintech firms, which come from Australia, India, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Myanmar, the UK, and the US, will each receive about US$17,000 in investment and free co-working space at the organization’s offices in Australia, as well as access to an international network of partners, mentors, and investors.
Making Old Financial Habits New Again. ChintaMoney, one of the ten startup teams taking part in Startupbootcamp’s FinTech 2019 program, is an example of a company that uses open banking to provide financial well-being to consumers.
The final 10 FinTech teams hail from around the globe, including Australia, India, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Myanmar, the United Kingdom and the United States, and were chosen from an impressive shortlist of 20 companies following an intensive two-day screening and mentoring event in Melbourne this week, which saw over 100 industry experts, mentors and partners form part of the selection process.