Taiwanese blockchain security firm CoolBitX has
secured $16.75m in its series B funding round conducted by Japan’s SBI
Holdings, along with participation from the National Development Fund of
Taiwan, Korean crypto exchange BitSonic, and another Japanese financial group
As CoolBitX has successfully raised funds, the company
now intends to expand the presence of its Sygna product range beyond the Asia
Pacific region. Sygna is CoolBitX’s first-to-market FATF-compliant solution for
virtual asset service providers (VASPs) around the world. The company will
continue to innovate and develop its flagship product CoolWallet S, which is a
Bluetooth-enabled hardware wallet for cryptocurrencies.
“The borderless nature of digital assets requires a
solution that isn’t bound by geographical boundaries, and we are proud to
partner with CoolBitX on their journey to bring a secure and easy-to-implement
system to the world,” said Yoshitaka Kitao, president and CEO of SBI Holdings.
Earlier this month, California-based Paystand raised
$20m in series B funding that will help the cloud-based PaaS payment
network to expand its products and services. The secured funds will also help
the firm to expand sales, marketing, success, and engineering teams at its
California and Mexico offices. The platform simplifies complex commercial
transactions and payments for enterprises, with the company claiming it wants
to do for enterprise transactions what Venmo has done for consumer-to-consumer
Singapore-based Clear Blockchain Technologies also raised $13m in its series A round to further its mission to ‘transform B2B enterprise clearing and settlement’ through blockchain. The company has developed a blockchain-based platform that helps enterprises automate contracts and data management, whereas guaranteeing control, security, and privacy in networks with multiple partners. This shared ecosystem allows automatic payments and clearing, reducing transaction fees, long payment cycles and managing fraud prevention.
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