Artificial Intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing industries worldwide, with profound impacts on the financial sector. Fintech startups are reaping the benefits of AI, increasing efficiency, security, and decision-making. With the potential contribution of AI to the global economy estimated at $15.7 trillion by 2030, startups and tech giants like Microsoft and Google are investing heavily in AI.
InQubeta: A Platform for Fractional Investment in AI Start-ups
InQubeta is a platform that facilitates fractional investment in AI start-ups using blockchain technology. Its presale is attracting attention from Ethereum holders seeking to diversify their portfolios and capitalize on emerging opportunities in the AI industry. The platform enables fractional investment, allowing individuals to participate in the growth and success of AI technology ventures.
Blockchain Technology: Enhancing Transparency and Security
The transparency and security offered by blockchain technology provide investors with confidence in the integrity of their investments. InQubeta has the potential to fuel the development of groundbreaking AI technologies and advancements in various sectors such as healthcare, finance, and automation. The platform fosters collaboration and engagement between investors and start-ups, promoting innovation and creating a vibrant community that drives the industry forward.
WaveBL: Revolutionizing Digital Trade Documents
WaveBL, a digital platform using proprietary blockchain technology to electronically transfer trade documents, has raised $26 million in its latest funding round. The funding will fuel WaveBL’s global growth and market expansion in the digital trade documents sector. WaveBL’s state-of-the-art multi-carrier platform is trusted by the world’s largest ocean carriers and NVOCCs, driving faster digitalization and adoption of electronic trade documents.
Adapting to AI in Corporate Finance and Financial Leadership
The CFO and Finance Executive Conference focused on AI’s influence in corporate finance and financial leadership. Adaptive leadership is crucial in incorporating new technologies, and organizations must consider training or hiring employees to run the machines that will do the work for them. Bisecting staff into core talent and digital talent, and making ‘Finance IT’ its own entity, can help organizations adapt to the rapidly changing landscape of financial services.