Browsing the "P2P Lending" Tag

Crypto Lender Dharma Officially Launches on Ethereum Blockchain

| Brady Dale

Dharma, the lending startup with backing from Coinbase and Polychain, wants to make peer-to-peer crypto loans accessible to all.

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NY Wealth Manager to Issue Loans Against Bitcoin

| Brady Dale

New York family office Dominion Capital is launching a product for a new breed of consumer that's "crypto rich" but low on cash.

Ripio Closes $37 Million ICO for Ethereum Lending Network

| Brady Dale

Ripio's peer-to-peer lending platform uses smart contracts to reduce lender risk and increase lending in the developing world.

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Bitcoin Lender Bitbond Nets €5 Million to Fund New Loans

| Stan Higgins

Bitcoin peer-to-peer lending market Bitbond has secured €5m worth of debt financing to fund loans on the platform.

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P2P Giant Dianrong is Preparing for Full Blockchain Integration

| Michael del Castillo

VC-backed P2P lending startup Dianrong says it's on the verge of a blockchain integration across its "entire platform".

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China, Blockchain & The Holy Grail of Marketplace Lending

| Noelle Acheson

A blockchain partnership spearheaded by Foxconn could have ripple effects for global supply chains and lending, CoinDesk's Noelle Acheson argues.

P2P Bitcoin Lender Bitbond Raises $1.2 Million in New Funding

| Stan Higgins

Peer-to-peer bitcoin loan market Bitbond has raised a further $1.2m from a group of angel investors.


P2P Bitcoin Lender Seeks Market Traction in Brazil

| Pete Rizzo

Bitcoin lending startup Bitbond is seeking to gain traction in Portugal and Brazil in 2016.


Bitcoin Foundation’s Patrick Murck to Advise BTCJam

| Yessi Bello Perez

Patrick Murck, executive director of the Bitcoin Foundation, has joined BTCJam's board of advisors to help spread crowdfunded bitcoin loans worldwide.

P2P Bitcoin Lending Platform Bitbond Receives €200,000 Seed Funding

| Tanaya Macheel

Peer-to-peer bitcoin lending company Bitbond has secured €200,000 in seed money in a round led by Point Nine Capital.