Bridging the climate tech/climate fintech gap

The need to address climate change is real and immediate. In 2024 the sector is expected to see higher levels of investment compared to traditional fintech, with considerable innovation in product development and key technologies like blockchain, AI and IoT across an expanding industry.

“Recognising the many siloes that exist in climate markets – and the absence of a bridge between climate tech and climate fintech – we realised that our technology and experience in the digital assets market could tackle issues like these. Further, it is an opportunity to leverage our digital financial market infrastructure in the burgeoning climate fintech space and to move from a software and SaaS company to a SaaS and PaaS company.” – Hirander Misra, Chairman & CEO, GMEX Group, ZERO13

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