Get Your Free Singapore Fintech Festival 2021 Tickets Here

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The Singapore Fintech Festival 2021 is now currently live and will be running for 5 days from 8 November 2021 – 12 November 2021. SFF 2021 is the 6th annual event in its series organized by MAS. The participants will be talking about the development of financial services, public policy and technology.

My friend first told me about the event. However, I switched off once I saw that I had to pay for a ticket. Fortunately, Tiger Brokers sent me an email this morning with a code to get free tickets.

Vast Range Of Topics

There are many topics that you can filter through and look at the different events that might interest you under the “Programme > Conference” tab. There is the date and the time which you can bookmark and come back at a later time. Here are some topics that I find interesting.

  • Biometrics
  • Blockchain
  • Green Finance
  • InsurTech
  • Payments

You can also go to the “Watch Now” tab to see what is live at the moment.

Tiger Brokers Is The Silver Sponsor of Singapore Fintech Festival 2021

Tiger Brokers will be live on their app from 8 – 12 November cover topics like Options Trading and Fintech.

They are also having a lucky draw promotion where referrers will get a chance to spin the wheel to try to win stocks like DBS and UOB, stock vouchers and commission-free trades.

If you would like to participate, you will need to refer your friends to join and deposit funds.

Tiger Brokers is currently giving away 1 Apple Share (worth 150 USD) plus several miscellaneous rewards if you sign up for a new account (Affiliate Link) and make a first deposit of S$2,000 and above.

On top of that, I will be sharing 50% of my commissions if you sign up using my link. You can find out more about the details here.

If you are worried about withdrawing your funds plus rewards, you can take a look at my blog here where it took a total of 11 days from sign up to complete withdrawal of funds.

How To Get Your Free Ticket

  1. Go to this link
  2. Apply promo code: TBSFF_CONF at the bottom
  3. A new ticket option called “Complimentary Digital Pass” will appear
  4. Select the required amount of passes and complete the registration.
  5. At the last page, uncheck the “Web 3.0 Knowledge Certificate” to remove all fees.
  6. You get a free SFF Pass

If you do not wish to use your personal email, you can use a burner email and just log in using that email.

My Thoughts On Singapore Fintech Festival 2021

I clicked around and listened to some of the talks on blockchain which can be a bit confusing as I did not join at the beginning of the speeches. Tbh, some of them are just advertising for their own products. It will be better to join those discussion panels instead.

Not sure if I am old or if the ui and ux are bad but I find it difficult to navigate. I guess this is how conferences work in real life. There are multiple talks going on at the same time but I think it can be quite messy when done online.


The Singapore Fintech Festival is currently underway from 8 November 2021 – 12 November 2021. You can get free tickets by using the code TBSFF_CONF at this link. There are many interesting topics available and you can filter by topic to locate the conferences you would like to join.


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