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Why Brexit is bad news for FinTech in London

The surprise vote by the U.K. in June to leave the European Union may encourage fintech startups in London to expand across the pond. Read more: www.americanbanker.com

Britain’s lead as FinTech sector hub still shaky post-Brexit

Britain's lead as the FinTech hub is still shaky post-Brexit with European countries such as France and Germany vying for the top spot. Read more: www.cryptocoinsnews.com

UK FinTech startups raised £40m in July

Nine funding deals in the FinTech sector have been announced since June 23, when Britain shocked the world by voting to leave the European Union. Read more: uk.businessinsider.com

Berlin won’t match London for FinTech startups

The UK’s withdrawal from the European Union induced an unease for many people and companies. Read moe: www.financemagnates.com

DueDil is expecting $10 million this year

The company says there has been an increase in interest from the US post-Brexit. Read more: uk.businessinsider.com

Bitcoin price climbs over 50% in first half of 2016

CoinDesk analyzes activities in the bitcoin and ether markets over the first six months of 2016. Read More: www.coindesk.com

Why FinTech Could Be a Casualty of Brexit

But London may remain a finance hub. Read More: fortune.com

Crowdfunded real estate: should you jump on the bandwagon?

Crowdfunded real estate has become a hot investment, attracting everyday folks with the hope of earning high returns. But it's also very risky. Read More: www.realtor.com

Robo Adviser betterment stokes concern over Brexit trading halt

A decision by robo-advisory pioneer Betterment LLC to halt trading during the post-Brexit rout has stoked questions about the broad control some automated investment advisers maintain over clients’ ability to get in and out of markets during volatile periods. Read More: www.wsj.com

Brexit could clobber London’s status as a FinTech hub

London’s thriving fintech community has a lot to lose from Brexit, which will cut it off its direct access to the markets in Europe, property investor BrickVest says.