Five FinTechs on Friday – November 27

This week’s five fintechs include a global payment products leader, a multi-investment platform, a cryptocurrent exchange, a data platform for ASX stocks and an account management company.
Check them all out below!

FSS (Financial Software and Systems)

FSS (Financial Software and Systems) is a global payment products leader and a payment processor. The company offers an integrated portfolio of payment software, hosted payment services and bespoke digital payment solutions built over three decades of experience. Their unified offering includes Unified Issuance, Omni-channel Acquiring, Payment Analytics, Real-time Payments, Open Banking, Digital Security, Reconciliation and Settlement, and ATM Monitoring. FSS is a strategic payments partner for leading global banks, financial institutions, processors, central regulators and governments across North America, UK, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and APAC and has 2,500 domain specialists on-board. For details, please visit


eToro is a global multi-asset investment platform that enables people to invest in the assets they want, from stocks and commodities to cryptoassets.

With a global community of over 16 million registered users in over 100 countries, eToro allows users to easily buy, hold and sell assets, monitor their portfolio in real time, and transact whenever they want.

This year eToro became one of the first platforms to offer zero commission stocks and fractional stocks in Australia. Kicking off a new trend across the market, this offering allows Australians to invest in their favourite stocks for as little as $50USD.

Independent Reserve

Independent Reserve is one of Australia’s oldest and largest cryptocurrency exchanges. It allows individuals, SMSF and institutional investors to buy and sell over 20 major cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and XRP.

It is the first exchange in Australia to offer insurance on crypto assets and an integrated tax estimator powered by KPMG. Independent Reserve offers a wide range of advanced trading options, automated trading strategies and an over-the-counter (OTC) trading desk.

Whether you’re looking to buy $10 or $1 million worth of crypto, Independent Reserve can seamlessly handle your order.

61 Financial

61 Financial operates a data platform for ASX stocks, providing comprehensive market information through data visualisation & machine learning functions, assisting investors in making informed decisions. Their platform offers businesses a unique opportunity for exposure to Australian-Chinese community, to broaden their shareholder & investor bases. They also connect businesses with their investors, by hosting a variety of events including webinars / roadshows. 2020 has been a difficult year – they were under strict lock-down for the past few months in Melbourne. They are glad that things are slowly getting back to normal, and are more than happy to offer their fellow members discounted promotion packages. Contact them now!


Hypercurrent makes software to grow across borders and across cultures, with e-invoicing, tax compliance, accounting & account management applications. The company is Asia-focused and China-centric: Hypercurrent aims to eliminate friction in B2B transactions and account management across Asia-Pacific. Australian SMEs use Hypercurrent to gain visibility on their China-based activities and to increase the profitability of their China operations.

2020 has pushed Hypercurrent’s culture to a new level. The travel restrictions and lockdowns have forced the company to contemplate the meaning of work-life balance when working from home with children, parents and even flatmates. More exiting news for our team, our customers and partners in 2021.


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