A passenger buys bottled water by scanning a QR code on a train from Chongqing to Chengdu. Making payments using a mobile phone is one of the most easily recognisable impacts of fintech in people’s daily lives. Photo: Xinhua
Curtis Chin
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The View by Curtis Chin

Fintech’s success will be measured by how wide its reach is, not by flashy IPOs 

Curtis Chin says the disruption that financial innovation brings to industries is to be welcomed, and any benefits that follow should improve the lives of ordinary people

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A passenger buys bottled water by scanning a QR code on a train from Chongqing to Chengdu. Making payments using a mobile phone is one of the most easily recognisable impacts of fintech in people’s daily lives. Photo: Xinhua
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