Among the 10 biggest fintech companies in the U.S. in 2020, there are three firms that focus on crypto-related activity. They are Ripple, Coinbase and Robinhood.
Every year, the American business magazine Forbes makes up a list of 10 biggest fintech companies in the U.S. It may seem that the list is predictable, as big companies get bigger, improving their performance and reinforcing their standing. However, the list for 2020 has brought some surprises.
Notably, among the 10 biggest fintech companies in the U.S. in 2020, there are three firms that focus on crypto-related activity. They are Ripple, Coinbase, and Robinhood that take 2nd, 3rd, and 4th positions correspondingly.
Let us start with Ripple. The company has shown good performance in 2019 and an incredible rise in value. After raising $200 million in an investment round, the company’s value surged to $10 billion. The company has also found new partners, including BitPay and Intermex, and introduced new features. Besides, Ripple has been named one of the best workplaces in the Bay Area.
Hopefully, Ripple will further keep its end up. In the nearest future, the company is planning to solve the major problems with remittance in the APAC region.