Denmark Unveils its Fintech 'Hygge'

Could Denmark compete London as Europe's biggest fintech hub?


Denmark has had a digital culture for years. It is practically a cashless country where people never stop picking up new technologies to simplify their already simple and uncluttered lives. It is therefore not that hard to get a grip on what is going on fintech-wise. The Danish obsession with innovation is well-known, but what I found on my recent visit to the capital left me in awe. I have never encountered such a massive and collaborative effort to grow the fintech sector.

Since November last

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