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At last week's Dallas New Tech, Cristiano Oliviera, the CEO of Olivia.ai, presented. Oliviera opened by explaining that his company solves the problem that is the #1 cause of distress for 75% of adults in America: money. For the millions of adults living

At this past week's Dallas New Tech, a monthly showcase event for new companies and technologies, Cole Oliver presented over his company, CHDR financial (pronounced "cheddar"). He explained their three fundamentals: The CHDR app Saving with friends The savings radar As the founder and

Recently, Swych announced in a press release that they will be presenting their popular mobile app, and a sneak peek of their new GiftBot platform at FinovateFall 2016 in September. Swych was co-founded by entrepreneurs Deepak Jain, and Robert Sabella. They presented

Local startup BTC Vending implemented four new Bitcoin ATMs (BTMs) in Dallas this past month, in order to make accessing the bitcoin ecosystem easier for both new and experienced users. Bitcoin, the most widely used cryptocurrency, has exploded in popularity since its inception

CHDR, pronounced cheddar, is a new FinTech company that is setting out to help users, particularly millennials, save and manage their money.  In June CHDR will be releasing a Google Chrome plug-in that looks for savings opportunities for their users. Right now,

A new fund from LendTech Capital Partners brings together venture capitalist leaders from Liberum, Ranger Capital, and Velocity Venture Group to create a Dallas/London-based early stage venture capital fund entirely dedicated to the financial technology sector.  Liberum, based in London, has raised nearly

HedgeChatter, Tech Wildcatters alum and local fintech startup, announced yesterday the launch of their next web platform, allowing users access to real-time sentiment analysis of the stock market. "Eight years ago no one believed Twitter would become the driving force of

DriverUp is the first online marketplace for automotive financing, and their launch was announced earlier this week. DriverUp gives accredited investors the opportunity to "enter the $379 billion auto lending industry and provide dealers with an expedited, streamlined credit process," according to the