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FINTECH.TV is a global media platform bringing you the latest in finance, blockchain, technology, sustainability, impact investing, SDGs, and ESG, with a studio presence at leading international exchanges including the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, and the London Stock Exchange, as well as distribution on Bloomberg Television, CNBC Africa and CNBC Arabia.

The first of its kind platform featuring young, internationally diverse voices sharing their concerns and needs—framing their asks and expectations directly with experienced top-level executives across public markets. Our network’s growth investors and tech builders deploy billions of dollars advancing innovative and sustainable products in the finance and tech industries.



Kavita Gupta, Co-Founder, Chief Strategy Officer & Host

New York, US

Invested by

Brand Capital International

Ibrahim Al Husseini

Brace Young

The Times of India Group

Kris Roil

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FINTECH.TV Announces Multimillion Dollar Raise in Strategic Funding Led by Brand Capital International
“India is one of the fastest growing economies supported by one of the most skilled youth populations with deep impact and sustainability values, providing global leadership to the tech, impact and financial communities,” said Kavita Gupta, co-founder and CSO at FINTECH.TV.
“With CSR, India has changed the way philanthropy and impact investment is viewed. Earlier this year with the change in the Supreme Court’s regulation on crypto, Indian youth are becoming one of the largest growing crypto holders in the world. With Brand Capital International’s investment and our partnership with The Times of India group, I am very excited to take both our flagship shows, Digital Asset Report and The IMPACT, to mainstream broadcast with ET Now and Times Now respectively to foster the local ecosystem in India.””

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Crypto Weekly with Kavita Gupta is back with yet another riveting episode, summarising the top news from the world of crypto and blockchain, which witnessed an eventful week. - The biggest headline is Facebook changing its name to Meta to reflect the association with the mega revolution of the metaverse. - Nigeria CBDC has gone live with two applications for using CBDC Seychelles-based cryptocurrency exchange Huobi has closed its derivatives platform in China. - WWE is launching its NFT marketplace in collaboration with Blockchain Creative Labs. - Adobe has come forward to support NFT verification through a new feature called Content Credentials. - Many Indian crypto exchanges have challenged SBI’s decision to block UPI payments.
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