For the 4th batch of the «Prototype to Product» (P2) program, the F10 team received 350 applications out of which 25 were invited for a speed dating. Together with its corporate members, the team selected 15 startups that with promising solutions that will proceed to the acceleration program.
The startups will kick off the six-month program on December 3rd through May 16th, 2019. During the acceleration and training program, the startups will further work on their prototypes with support from F10 coaches, corporate members and mentors. The aim is to complete their solutions and to foster collaboration with some of the largest companies in the Swiss finance industry. In addition, F10 offers access to the Swiss FinTech ecosystem.
Among the 15 startups, nine are based and operating from Switzerland. These include;
BlockState (ZG) – The startup offers token sale advisory and blockchain technology consulting services for startup founders, investors, and organizations seeking to implement blockchain technology.
AdvAIsor (ZH) – The stealth mode startup is developing an AI-powered B2B software that captures negative and positive emotions from of written corporate communication from clients and employees.
Ambrpay (ZH) – uses smart contracts to allow merchants to offer subscription payments to their customers with crypto-currencies while keeping the customer in full control of the funds ensured.
Daego (ZH) – offers members in its Network a globally scalable framework that allows users to build & corroborate a verifiable digital identity and store and share personal information in an entirely self-sovereign and decentralized way.
Ex indiciis - The Zurich based company provides wealth managers with the necessary tools to deliver personalized content to their clients through any digital channel.
iBEx Insured (ZH) – the company is building a lean P2P Insurance community with the goal to give insureds more control and to offer cheaper as well as more transparent insurance.
Reportix GmbH (ZH) – Human-friendly complex data management and contract automation optionally for blockchain-based distributed ledgers
VerilCO (ZH) – built a machine-learning algorithm to estimate the probability of a company exiting. The AI tools are designed to enable venture investors to make a safer smarter investment.
Jacob (ZH) – connects clients’ financial instrument data to current regulation and alerts them when necessary changes occur.
The startups from other countries include; Finteum (London), Interlockledger (Brazil), Oper (Belgium), Bambus (Germany) , Blocknify (Czech Republic), ShareMy (UK).