Dianrong, a leading online P2P marketplace lending company, and FnConn, a subsidiary of Foxconn Technology Group, have launched China’s first-ever blockchain platform called ‘Chained Finance’. The platform leverages advanced financial technology to meet the hugely underserved needs of supply chain finance in China. The new blockchain platform allows supply chain finance to deliver the needed […]
Large P2P lending platforms are exiting the space amid the government’s ongoing efforts to clamp down on fraud activities and lower financial risks.
The firm said it will shut down its online lending businness by the end of 2021.
With a series of recent blockchain initiatives – from joining one of the world’s biggest blockchain initiatives Hyperledger Project, to launching “Chained Finance” with Foxconn’s FnConn, China’s peer-to-peer lending marketplace Dianrong is getting ready for full blockchain integration across its platform. We talk to Ling Kong, Dianrong’s CTO on how big and small companies are riding the blockchain wave. Solving Trust […]
More women, more third-tier city lenders, falling returns, and larger, longer loans: a new report sheds light on how the world’s largest peer-to-peer (P2P) lending market is changing fast. After the negative coverage, some of the trends are the opposite of what you might expect: trust is growing and as the sector is seen as safer, […]
Since 2007, peer-to-peer platforms (P2P) lending has mushroomed in China as a new source of fixed income for retail investors. Peer-to-peer lending is a new method of debt financing that allows people to borrow and lend money without a financial institution. Harnessing technology and big data, P2P platforms connect borrowers to investors faster and cheaper […]
Given China’s worsening online lending environment, Hexindai plans to seek more opportunities in the global market.
Irrationally exuberant regulators helped blow up a bubble—and when they got cold feet, they popped it
The fast growth of Chinese P2P platforms is not the only thing that is different from their US counterparts.
Days after its splashy US IPO, Chinese online loan provider Qudian is undergoing a major crisis as local media has begun questioning the sustainability, validity and morality of their business. Born out of student-based Qufenqi, Qudian first grew by offering small loans to colleges students to capitalize on the rising spending power of China’s younger generations. At […]