Autonomous NEXT analyzed the price performance of the top 200 liquid coins over the last 1.5 years. The resultant graph looks like a Monte Carlo simulation, except the scale for outcomes is an unbelievable 10%-1,000,000%, graphed on a log scale. The black bar represents BTC and the magenta represents the BITA top 50 coin Index, which immediately highlight the correlation waves between BTC and the other crypto assets. Our findings conclude that such continued outperformance would suggest exponential software-like growth for digital assets, and that after an ICO offering, tokens may be listed on an exchange and experience the price performance of liquid coins.
Autonomous Research has found that global Fintech investments by region have grown from a total of $2.5 billion in 2012 to over $17 billion in 2016. Although there have been notable increases in investments in North America and Europe, Asia has grown most rapidly with investments in the region rising from $0.2 billion to $8.5 billion over the past 4 years.
Analysis of the share of global Fintech deals depicted by region tells us how the quantity of deals made in each region has fluctuated over recent years. North America remains the leader in Fintech deals, but has been experiencing an incrementally lower share of the total deals globally. Europe has maintained steady growth and now represents 28% of all deals, up from 22%. Asia once again has experienced the greatest growth having more than quadrupled the number of deals between 2012 and 2016. The correlation between the global share of the amount of deals and the total investments received in Asia can be explained by the fact that six of the seven largest Fintech companies come from Asia. Deals and investments from other countries remain fairly constant with only minor fluctuations.
Autonomous Research has estimated the Global Fintech Venture Capital Investment to be $17.7 billion in total capital across 1556 deals in 2016. Compared to 2015, these figures represent an 8.3% increase in total capital received by Fintech start-ups and a decrease of 6.4% in number of investments. Despite this decrease, the CAGR across 2012-2016 stands at 62% for total capital invested and 22% for deal count. As a result, we find that the average capital per deal is growing steadily and new Fintech entrepreneurs are being supported by increased venture financing.