MoneyThink combines both online and offline education: the one-year long MoneyThink program, made up of 10 lessons that are taught in classrooms, during weekly sessions in small groups (average of 1 mentor for 5 students) and the mobile app MoneyThink Mobile, that helps students apply the sessions content.
Banqer is an online fictitious banking system replicating a real-world economy, designed to help children understand money better.
InvoiceInterchange is an online invoice trading platform offering peer-to-peer factoring, where SMEs can flexibly manager their cash flow by auctioning their invoices to institutional investors and high net worth individuals.
The Colu Engine provides developers and companies with little or no understanding of blockchain with the tools to issue and manage digital assets with an easy to use API/SDK (music rights, ticketing, coupons, share transfer, car ID…).
Crayon Data is a big data company in Asia with Maya as a current product.
In partnership with MAIF, ZenWeShare, a French start-up, created Famust, an e-reputation company for consumers in 2015. The user creates an account on which they can centralize all the reviews and comments made about them on different peer-to-peer platforms such as: Ebay, Airbnb, Blablacar etc.
Augur leverages the blockchain to form a decentralized prediction market where users will be able to purchase shares that correspond to the likelihood that future events will occur.
“Magic“ claims to delivers anything and everything, as long as it’s legal, directly to customer’s door with a simple text in the US.
Fidelity Labs has offices in San Francisco, North Carolina, Europe (Dublin) and China, where they identify new ideas from startups, academia, venture capitalists and big company labs.
Google Compare allows to compare the quotations of many partners.