One can easily gauge the vibrancy of the startup scene based on the amount of accelerators available in a country. And judging for sheer numbers, the startup bug has definitely bitten our Malaysian shores.
An accelerator is a good way for startups to remain competitive beyond the oft-quoted 90% of startups failing statistic, and so we’ve listed out Malaysian accelerators looking to grant our local businesses the skills they need to remain relevant.
There are regional accelerators that have opened their doors to Malaysians, but for this list, we’re focusing on accelerator programmes that are based...
Amazon makes new investment in India to strengthen its grocery service offerings, while a US-based cloud company makes it entry to Asia Blockchain infrastructure service Splend launches in Indonesia – DailySocial US-based blockchain infrastructure provider Splend launched its entry to the Indonesian market through a strategic partnership with local cyber security company XecureIT, DailySocial reported. […]
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GUEST: In 1992, Professor Barry Eichengreen made waves among economists with his book Golden Fetters: The Gold Standard and the Great Depression. In it, he argued that gold-backed currencies caused the Great Depression. Today, Eichengreen is criticizing a new type of asset-backed money: stablecoins — cryptocurrencies like Tether and TrueUSD that are backed one-to-one by fiat […]