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  • Fintech start-up lets fans invest in football
  • Fintech start-up lets fans invest in football
    Ronnie Macdonald (2014) ©
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Fintech start-up lets fans invest in football

Fintech start-ups are disrupting the financial industry, providing people with different and more intuitive ways to bank. And Israel-based fintech start-up FBFM – Football Fans Marketplace – is revolutionising investing further by letting football fans invest in their favourite players and clubs.

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