Addi

img Bogotá, Colombia
51 - 200 employees
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Addi is a technology company building credit and banking solutions that work for Latin Americans.

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Tribal Will Begin Operating in Peru, Colombia, and Chile

3 days ago

The financial tech services company Tribal announced that they will begin their expansion into Peru, Colombia, and Chile. This is after the consistent growth they’ve had in Mexico since 2020. Tribal was created in 2016 and is based in San Francisco, and their main product is a credit card focused on SMEs and startups Most […]

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Bitso Partners with Circle to Facilitate Cross-border Payments

1 week ago

Bitso has established itself as the largest cryptocurrency exchange in Latin America and the main cryptocurrency service in El Salvador. Now, the Mexican unicorn has formed an alliance with Circle Solutions to use its infrastructure and facilitate payments to and from the United States. The initiative that has resulted from this union is called Bitso […]

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Brazilian Logtech Frete.com is the Latest Unicorn in LatAm

1 week ago

Road freight transport has just won a new ally: the Frete.com group, which becomes a new unicorn in LatAm

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Zak, a SaaS company for restaurants, raises a $15 million Series A round

2 weeks ago

ZAK aims to unite fintech and SaaS and be a sub-acquirer for restaurants starting in Brazil and expanding in LATAM.

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Castor raises $1.8 million to offer pay-on-demand

2 weeks ago

In a bid to increase banking penetration in Latin America, Mexican fintech company Castor closed a $1.8 million pre seed round, adding up to a total $64.4 in funding, according to Crunchbase. This round was led by Canary, Vast Venture, Latitude, and First Check Ventures, as well as angel investors such as Daniel Vogel, CEO […]

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Women tend to be better investors, but “they don’t believe it”: Mario Valle Reyes

3 weeks ago

According to a study from Finder, of the number of investors in Mexico – which does not exceed 1% of the national population –11% are women and 14% are men. This difference is partly explained by the gender gap that impacts women’s wages. They earn 14% less than men when performing the same job, according […]

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Trii now allows Colombians to trade global shares on its app

1 month ago

Good news for people in Colombia who don’t want to open accounts with brokers: Trii has now enabled the option to trade global stocks through its mobile app. With this update, users of the Colombian app will be able to trade with the 19 assets that are part of the Colombian Global Market (MGC), a […]

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Jaguar Ventures changes its name to Wollef and seeks capital for its third fund

1 month ago

Since 2014, the VC firm began to empower Mexican startups with an initial fund of $9.3 million. That amount increased to $22 million in 2019. Now known as Wollef, the firm has funded 31 companies. Of these, ten are Mexican, 19 are constituted elsewhere but has operations in the country, and two are established outside […]

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Miami is key to boost investment in startups in LatAm: study

1 month ago

Latin America is seeing almost daily announcements about capital raises, new startups, and recently created companies whose services have won market share over large competitors. The region is now booming as a lab of good ideas, where unicorns like Rappi, Cornershop, Clip, Kavak, Bitso, NotCo, NuBank, and Loggi, to name a few, have emerged. There […]

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Q&A “Our main competition is the world of the past”: Germán Peralta, JOKR

1 month ago

In the increasingly crowded world of deliveries, JOKR is leading the pack when it comes to hyper-fast delivery. Based in New York but mostly operating in Latin America and Europe, its strategy depends on well-located dark stores and delivery workers on electric motorbikes, two factors that allow deliveries in under 15 minutes. With this combination, […]

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