Trends & Applications
Blockchain technology and digital currencies are changing the Fintech landscape and beyond. What could the future hold? We’ll look at the trends in the space, the most active VCs, and how corporates are thinking about blockchain (and more) to show you what tomorrow could look like.
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Matthew Wong is a research analyst at CB Insights, where he produces data-driven analysis and research reports on private company financing, exit and performance trends across emerging industries, geographies and investors. His research focuses on Financial technology, digital health, ed tech and on-demand.
Before CB Insights, Matt completed short stints covering startups and venture capital at Dow Jones Venture Wire, and Inc.com. Matt's published industry research and analysis have been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, Bloomberg, CNBC and Reuters. He has appeared on Bloomberg TV, Al-Jazeera and Business News Network. Matthew is a graduate of Northwestern University.
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