finder fintech roundup: Bitcoin hacking, Stake, Australian FinTech Jobs

Elizabeth Barry 21 August 2017 NEWS

fintech roundup

Australia gets its first dedicated fintech jobs platform and $0 brokerage share trading in the same week.

Find out the fintech news you missed from the past week.

Bitcoin hacking: Should it make you reconsider investing?

There have been a number of high-profile bitcoin and altcoin hacks in the past week, but how much of a concern are they to first-time investors? We sit down with Benjamin Cruz, principal threat researcher at AI and cybersecurity software firm Cylance, to find out about cyrptomining malware and what first-time investors need to know.

Australia gets its first dedicated platform for fintech jobs

A new site, Australian FinTech Jobs, has been launched this week by the team behind Australian FinTech to better service the fintech sector when it comes to finding talent. The platform services all areas of employment for employers and those seeking employment, including finance, tech, marketing, legal, compliance, accounting and HR.

Australia, $0 brokerage share trading is here

Sydney fintech startup Stake has launched $0 brokerage fees in Australia, coming as a major disruption to the Australian shares market. Australians will now have free access to over 3,000 US stocks and exchange traded funds (ETFs).


The finder fintech roundup is a summary of the news in fintech from the past week. Check back every Monday to catch up. Picture: Shutterstock

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