fintech stage

Explore the game-changing Fintech innovations on the Disrupt 2023 stage.

TechCrunch Disrupt, the premier annual event for startup investors and founders, is returning on September 19-21, 2023 with a new and improved format. This year, the standalone TC Sessions events will merge with the big annual tech event, which will be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Disrupt will feature six industry tracks, each with its own stage, including AI, fintech, hardware, SaaS, security, and sustainability. The Fintech Stage will host some of the biggest industry players, covering the hottest topics in the industry through panels and fireside chats with top executives. The specific areas of focus will be the sustainability of buy now, pay later, scaling blockchains to onboard masses, and the value of embedded tech.

The world of fintech is continuously evolving due to the digital transformation of financial services, which accelerated after the onset of the pandemic. Fintech uses technology to enhance, improve or automate financial services across various areas such as payments, banking, credit and crypto. The ultimate goal of fintech is to improve the lives of people globally by opening up access to underserved customers and providing additional options for spending, saving and investing money.

Despite the slowdown in venture funding for fintech last year, fintech companies were still the top recipient of worldwide venture dollars. In 2022, storied venture firms Sequoia Capital and Andreessen Horowitz invested more in fintech than any other category. In 2023, investors still see many opportunities as founders continue to challenge the status quo.

Early bird passes for those interested in attending Disrupt 2023 are currently on sale, and attendees can save $800 when they book by May 14.

Vaibhav Kulkarni
I am Vaibhav Kulkarni, Blogger By Passion, Civil Engineer By Profession. I am Tech Enthusiast and Travel Lover. I started my journey 3 years back with some ideas and no coding experience. I was always fascinated with technology and its credibility. I firmly believe in "Creating jobs rather than asking for one".