Japanese companies have invested in the blockchain project Omise
Thailand-based payment blockchain-startup Omise attracted funding from the Japanese company 31VENTURES and the venture capital unit Mitsui Fudosan.
It's official. We're a step closer to creating a more inclusive financial system for everyone. #Omise has received investment from VC firm Global Brain with participation of 31VENTURES and SMDV. https://t.co/WRSbMKpPck
– Omise (@Omise) 18 December 2018 p.
The amount of attracted Omise investment is unknown. The round of financing was led by the Japanese firm Global Brain. The Indonesian venture capital firm Sinar Mas Digital Ventures (SMDV), which had previously invested in Omise, also contributed to the development of the project.
The funds raised will help the startup to expand its expansion into Japan, the countries of Southeast Asia and emerging markets.
Startup Omise was created in 2013. Last September, he raised an undisclosed amount during a B + financing round led by Krungsri Bank, Thailand’s fifth largest financial institution. Prior to this, in 2016, a series B Series headed by SBI Asset Management was held, which resulted in the project attracting $ 17.5 million. In addition, Omise managed to attract $ 25 million during the ICO.
Currently, the OMG token occupies the 24th position in the CoinMarketCap rating. The current market capitalization of the asset is $ 452 million .
Last December, Global Brain and Omise announced plans to create a blockchain-oriented fund.
Earlier, BlockchainJournal reported on the partnership of the largest South Korean bank Shinhan Financial Group with the Omise platform.
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