Public fintech businesses outpaced the market by 3x, owing to favorable IPO debuts, SPACs, and growing usage of digital payments and e-commerce, particularly BNPL.

FREMONT, CA:  According to CB Insights, more than 20 percent of venture capital funds poured into fintech businesses globally last year. Fintech businesses represent one-third of all unicorns established in 2021. Matrix Fintech Index 2021 estimated that public fintech businesses outpaced the market by 3x, owing to favorable IPO debuts, SPACs, and growing usage of digital payments and e-commerce, particularly BNPL. VCs backed private fintech businesses to the tune of 134 billion USD in the final accounting, according to Crunchbase. Even though those companies suffered a 30 percent drop in the last months of the year, investors are actively looking for new chances.

Fintech can be viewed in two ways: a restricted view of the field as a set of financial services offered via technology, and a broader view of the area as a new business approach for any online company. The latter opportunity is ten times larger than the former, and the infrastructure that underpins it might result in one of the largest yet-to-be-built fintech enterprises. As the area is still technical, entrepreneurs can get more value from their experience and knowledge, and many generalist investing patterns may not hold true. The exponential growth of consumer products is virtually always a cause to invest, with the exception of consumer lending, where giving money out always has product-market fit and development which is less important than the ability to repay.

As a result, investors with true competence have a better chance of picking and winning more of the right businesses rather than those suffering from fintech FOMO. Products are becoming the fundamentals of financial services, and traditional financial products (banking, lending, insurance, and payments) can now be connected with a single line of code, allowing founders to develop higher-order and more exciting user experiences. In the future, offering a single product will no longer suffice; the most appealing value propositions will rethink and remix these primitives in unexpected ways.

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