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Top FinTech startups in Argentina to watch

As the Fintech industry booms in Argentina, startups are pulling out all the stops to get in on this gold rush. With more technological advantages available to new companies than ever before, fintech startups are searching for partners, collaborators, and investors to help them reach their goals. It is a great time to be an investor in the Fintech industry in Argentina, with more consumer demand for high-quality, easy-to-use applications and software that make it easy to manage money and investments for people of all walks of life. Just last year, the Argentine fintech firm Uala received over $544 million in investments, while challenger bank Brubank received $12.8 million.

Our Argentinian startups’ list in Fintech

There are many startups in Argentina within the Fintech industry. As an investor, how do you find companies worth your money? Here are some examples of rising Fintech startups in Argentina:

Ixpandit: Ixpandit operates several lending platforms, including Grouit, an online business loan matching program. Ixpandit also operates Adelontos, an online payday loan matching platform. The company also offers the same services for consumer loans.

Company activities: Microcredits, Credit Scoring Management, Online Credit and SME Credit.

Business model: B2B2C.


Ducit: This company helps other companies manage their values with agility and efficiency. Ducit handles transportation, processing, hoarding, and deposits.

Company activities: Custody servicing, Cash & Treasury Management and ATMs.

Business model: B2B and B2G.


Rapipago: The top non-banking service in Argentina, Rapipago has an extensive physical network and digital channels to serve its customers. Rapipago has over 9,000 branches in Argentina, with a huge staff of agents to help customers pay for services and taxes with or without invoices using any payment method, to more than 5,500 companies.

Company activities: Automated portfolio management, Accounts, Currencies, Account Reconciliation Software, Cash-Back, Customer services and ATMs.

Business model: B2B, B2B2C and B2G.


Banza: Banza is a completely digital Fintech platform committed to promoting the culture of saving and financial literacy, with the goal of creating a more inclusive capital market for all.

Company activities: WealthTech, APIs & Data Aggregation, Solution for Brokers, FinTech, Digital Brokers, Trading Platforms and Savings & Micro-Investing.

Business model: B2B, B2C and B2B2C.


Aivo: This Fintech startup develops artificial intelligence solutions to transform the way companies and customers interact. It is now the leader in Latin American virtual assistants and has expanded into 10 countries.

Company activities: Enterprise software.

Business model: B2B.


GOIAR: Specialists in Fintech consulting, GOIAR guides and accompanies companies looking for a strategic ally to help develop their businesses by creating dynamic, unique Fintech ecosystems for their users.

Company activities: APIs & Data Aggregation, Accounts, FinTech, Banking as a Service (BaaS), Debit cards, Biometrics and Architecture.

Business model: B2B.


Bitex: Bitex is a Bitcoin and blockchain service provider that allows users to transfer money quickly and free. The platform also enables users to buy Bitcoin in-store and online via a Bitex account.

Company activities: Crypto Exchange, Cryptocurrencies & Tokens, Crypto WealthTech and Remittances.

Business model: B2B, B2C and B2B2C.


Paisanos: This fintech startup helps other startups and large companies to create experiences to create connections with their clients through quality visual impact digital products while solving real problems simply.

Company activities: Enterprise software, Cryptocurrencies and Data Analytics & Research. 

Business model: B2B and B2B2C.


Pomelo Fintech Services: Allowing companies to embed financial services into their businesses, Pomelo brings Latam’s payment infrastructure into the future, allowing any type of player to issue cards, process payment transactions, and build virtual accounts with compliant onboarding practices.

Company activities: Financial Infrastructure & Operational.

Business model: B2B.

Pomelo Fintech Services

Buenbit: Buenbit is a cross-border Cryptocurrency exchange and payment platform with a large presence in Argentina and Peru.

Company activities: Crypto Exchange, Cryptocurrencies & Tokens, Crypto WealthTech, Cryptocurrencies, Crypto Backed Loans, Prepaid cards and Alternative Investment.

Business model: B2B and B2C.


Vantek: This company is a financial digital transformation partner specifically for capital markets, brokers, and banks. Their financial trading platform helps institutions turn their value propositions into digital products.

Company activities: Financial Infrastructure & Operational, Accounting, Core Banking Platforms, Collateral Valuation, Banking as a Service (BaaS), Automated portfolio management, Collateral and margin management, Trading, Algorithmic trading and Legal practice management.

Business model: B2B and B2B2C.


Afluenta: A peer-to-peer lending network bringing together investors and borrowers, Afluenta’s platform allows individuals to borrow up to $75,000 for a loan with a maximum tenure of 48 months.

Company activities: Crowdlending, Lending and SME Credit.

Business model: B2C.


Poincenot Tech.Studio: This Fintech startup offers white-label Fintech tools for businesses to help sustain growth.

Company activities: FinTech.

Business model: B2B2C.


TheEye: TheEye offers a process automation platform developed with its own technology and methodology that prioritizes human talent over repetitive, tedious tasks, integrating legacy platforms with newer technologies such as blockchain. 

Company activities: Enterprise software, APIs & Data Aggregation, Claim fraud detection and Algorithmic trading.

Business model: B2B and B2B2C.


Paygoal: Offering a white-label platform for ecosystem players, Paygoal allows users to enter the acceptance and payments market.

Company activities: Payments, Accounts, APIs & Data Aggregation and Debt management.

Business model: B2B and B2B2C.


Xcapit: This company offers fully automated bots for investing in cryptocurrency. The bots are programmed with trading strategies embedded in its algorithm. The bots operate 24/7 directly in the client’s account. The product allows asset managers of either traditional or cryptocurrency to include a new asset in their current portfolios. 

Company activities: FinTech and Financial Education.

Business model: B2C.


uils: uilis provides financial solutions for mobile apps drivers based on an innovative driving credit score. This allows users to buy their own cars.

Company activities: Credit Lines, Credit Scoring Management, Leasing and eWallets.

Business model: B2B and B2C.


These companies are only a fraction of the rising startups in Argentina.

How to find Fintech Startups in Argentina to invest or Collaborate With

With the Fintech market rising all over the world, particularly in Latin America, now is an excellent time to invest in some of these disruptive companies offering customers financial options they’ve never had access to before. Many of these companies are looking for investors and advisors to help them take the next step in boosting their products, market share, and reach.

To find more companies and their profiles, visit the Finnovating platform, where you can find a directory of companies looking for investors in many countries around the world. While many Fintech markets in certain countries are saturated with new products and companies, many markets, such as Argentina, have begun to allow more people to participate in the Fintech industry. Don’t miss this opportunity to join this revolution.

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