The latest news about the platform Robocash and its results
The fully automated P2P lending platform Robo.cash has summed up the results of its operation in the previous year. For the whole time, the platform has financed €140 million of loans. Out of them, €80 million were funded in 2019. Compared to 2018, it was a double increase in the financing volumes on Robo.cash.
In a survey of the P2P platform Robo.cash, 37.2% of European P2P investors said that Christmas has an effect on their investments. During the festive time, most of them review their portfolios, increase the volume of funds or try new types of investments.
The P2P platform Robo.cash has decided currently to suspend investment into the loans of Robocash Finance Corp. It is necessary to emphasize that it is guaranteed that all commitments on the sold loans of Robocash Finance Corp. on the platform will be fulfilled. All the invested funds including the earned interest will be paid back to investors in due course set by the existing assignment agreements.
This was revealed in a survey of the European P2P investors conducted by the platform Robo.cash. According to the findings, such an amount will be spent by 55.5% of respondents. It is notable that 58.5% of investors are going to buy presents online.
The fully automated P2P platform Robo.cash has launched a new product - long-term commercial loans, which will be provided by the Singaporean company of Robocash Group. Now, users of the platform can invest in the development of the group in Southeast Asia. Moreover, this is the first opportunity in Europe to invest in Singapore through a P2P lending platform.
According to a survey by the platform Robo.cash, 64.9% of the European P2P investors have full confidence in P2P lending. Remarkably, 52.3% of respondents mentioned that P2P loans take a considerable share of their investment portfolio - over 25%.
These are the findings of the P2P platform Robo.cash based on a survey among European P2P investors. Respondents show positive attitude towards digital services in general, which in large part is due to the age aspect. Most of them are Millennials and Gen Z who have grown together with the digital environment.
Along with everyday expenses, such as housing and food, European investors spend a lot on trips. Thus, traveling is the largest expense in the budget for 12.3% of them. These are the findings of a recent survey conducted by the P2P platform Robo.cash.
According to a survey conducted by the P2P platform Robo.cash, 78% of P2P investors in Europe made their first investment before the age of 35. One of the reasons to begin investing early is connected with the long-term goals of investors who aim to save money for retirement or to support their children.
This is confirmed by the results of a survey conducted by the European P2P lending platform Robo.cash. Thus, 25% of European P2P investors mentioned sports and 11.7% - hiking and camping as their hobby.