Tiger Global doubles down on Indian savings and investments app Jar

Tiger Global has led a new funding round in Jar, the Indian fintech that is helping millions of Indians save small amounts to invest in digital gold as the startup gears up to launch a host of new off

Indian fintech Jar eyes $50 million investment

Indian fintech Jar, which closed a $32 million financing round in February this year, is in talks to raise new funding as it looks to scale its product and expand its offerings. The Bengaluru-headquar

Indian neobank Niyo raises $100 million, tops 4 million customers

India’s Niyo has raised $100 million in a new financing round as the consumer-facing neobank platform looks to add lending and insurance to its offerings and make deeper inroads in the world’s sec

Jar raises $32 million in Tiger Global-led funding to help Indians start their saving and investment journeys

A seven-month-old fintech app that is helping millions of Indians to begin their investment and saving journeys has attracted the attention of Tiger Global. The Bengaluru-based Jar said on Thursday it

Tribe and Arkam back Jar app to help millions in India start their savings journey

Even as hundreds of millions of people in India have a bank account, only a tiny fraction of this population invests in any financial instrument. Fewer than 30 million people invest in mutual funds or

DIY: Make your own glowing glass jar

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/504x_dsc_0842.jpg" />The sun jar is a pretty cool item. I mean, it glows, looks cool, and it's a solar powered light. I actually have one