Financial Technology Peer to Peer (P2P) Lending Sharia in a Fastening Growth of Islamic Financial Industry

Muflih Adi Laksono


Islamic financial industry is one of the upfront leading in an Islamic financial model other than Islamic financial philantrophy to increase the prosperity inside the community and in particular inside a moslem community. Both   of Islamic financial industry and Islamic financial Philantrophy has a role to raise up a growth of an people income inside a community. Islamic digital finance or that we call in a daily name as a fintech, financial technology nowdays as a product of Islamic financial industry lead them into another level of growth and fastening the movement of economic chain between investor and busnissman or entrepreneur. This research is descriptive qualitatif discusses how Islamic financial  technology peer to peer lending sharia make development  of Islamic financial industry through strengthening one of the underbow in global Islamic financial industry. This financial technology peer  to peer lending sharia is an economic  product that plays a role in economic progress. Considering the huge market potential of Indonesia's sharia economy, making Indonesia a  most consumer of this products fintech peer to peer lending sharia financial as a users.


Islamic Financial Industry, Fintech, Peer to Peer Lending Sharia

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