We are living a Fintech revolution, an era of new possibilities. Everyday there’s more access to a variety of products that used to be exclusive of financial institutions: loans, investments, financial management tools. Products are becoming available to us; products like Glass, whose purpose is to rewrite the rules social finances. Glass allows users to share their financial information, promoting transparency, responsibility and financial collaboration.
What does this mean?
Glass allows you to publish your financial transactions. By synchronizing your bank accounts in Glass, all your transactions (both income and expenses) are recorded and continuously updated.
You can share this data with whomever you want; you can even create shared folders with other Glass users and collaborate on shared budgets, with information that is 100% reliable, as it’s imported from online banking databases, and it’s impossible to modify.
Transparency is a term we hear more often these days. Glass makes available to any person, business, institution or government dependency the possibility of publishing financial data. Where are annual budgets being spent? Are fiscal laws being complied to? Where are my taxes going?
Glass opens communication channels to guarantee that payed taxes are being invested on projects that improve social conditions, instead of ending up on low quality public developments.
With Glass information is clear, easy and transparent, but above all, it’s accessible. Glass, along with the many possibilities we find within the Fintech sector, opens the way to a new financial horizon, where user-sector relations are more balanced, and where financial transparency will no longer be a choice, but an obligation for everyone.