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Starting to build a new product and seeing your idea take share can be an exhilarating feeling. But founders, specially those without a tech background, have a hard time deciding which technology stack should they use for their product. The
Fintech is the newest, in-vogue term making circles in the entrepreneurial sector. Despite the popularity, many still don’t have a clear handle on what this term entails. In this article, we try to demystify Fintech and all the noise around
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