Based in Thailand blockchain payment startup Omise has attracted funding from Japanese firm and venture 31VENTURES division of Mitsui Fudosan.
It’s official. We’re a step closer to creating a more inclusive financial system for everyone. #Omise has received investment from Japanese VC firm Global Brain, with participation of 31VENTURES and SMDV.https://t.co/WRSbMKpPck
— Omise (@Omise) 18 Zhovtnya 2018 R.
The amount of attracted investment Omise unknown. The funding round was led by Japanese firm Global Brain. Also contributing to the development of the project has made a venture Indonesian company Sinar Mas Digital Ventures (SMDV), which has previously invested in Omise.
The funds raised will help a startup to expansion in Japan, the countries of South-East Asia and emerging markets.
Startup Omise created in 2013. In September last year, he attracted an undisclosed sum in the course of a round of financing B+ under Krungsri Bank, the fifth largest financial institution in Thailand. Before that, in 2016, was held led by SBI Asset Management round the B, the results of which the project managed to raise $17.5 million in addition, $25 million Omise managed to attract during the ICO.
Currently, the OMG token is a 24-th position of the rating CoinMarketCap. The current market capitalization of the asset is $452 million.
In December last year, the Global Brain and Omise has announced plans to create a Fund based on blockchain projects.
ForkLog previously reported on the partnership of major South Korean Bank Shinhan Financial Group platform Omise.