• by Jacob William
  • Narrated by Eddie Leonard Jr.
  • 1 hrs and 9 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Are you curious about FinTech (Financial Technology), but aren't sure where to go to find out more about it? This book will help you. The term "FinTech" describes innovative methods by which our ways of handling money, banking, and making purchases will be changed forever. No matter who you are, this sector affects you. The term "FinTech" is shrouded in mystery, even to more tech-savvy individuals. Since it's such a new innovation, much about it, as well as where it's heading, is still unknown.
In this book we will explore what FinTech is, why it matters to everyone, future predictions about it, possible dangers, and its origins and history. This isn't just a subject for experts, but something everyone can benefit from learning about.
Are you intimidated by advanced technological jargon, but curious about financial technology? This book will give you the information you seek in a digestible and easy-to-follow format. No prior knowledge of technical subjects is necessary, because understandable examples are given throughout.
Learning more about something that is so prevalent in our society is undeniably beneficial whether you are a business owner, technology enthusiast, or just a curious layman. Whichever term applies most to you, you will learn something valuable from this beginner-friendly book!


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I was able to pick up some pointers although not that many. Thanks to the narrator for a free review copy.

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- med c

Mostly unlistenable noise; slight info

Anyone beyond the most primitive, remedial level in business, finance and tech will find this an ordeal. The narrator is not only not ready for prime time, he's not ready for a rustic hoe-down. I'm sure he means well, but .... I think it is he (perhaps sometimes the author, himself no Nobel candidate) who makes simple English errors at the rate of about one every few sentences, making this laborious to listen to, and glean content from. I can barely get the content amidst this sloppy writing and incompetent delivery. Sorry guys, this is slapdash and it sucks. Oh, and for those who haven't delved in this area, there are a few brief descriptions of products that are useful, mixed with a sort of fourth-rate economics banter that is cartoonish.
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- Phil O.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-08-2016
  • Publisher: Jacob William