KOKU raises US$2M pre-Series A funding from Tencent’s Jason Zeng

The Singapore-based fintech works with non-bank financial institutions and liquidity providers to allows its technology assisting on faster and cheaper digital money transfer KOKU, Singapore-based fintech that focusses on foreign currency exchange, announced that it has raised a US$2 million pre-Series A funding led by Jason Zeng, the co-founder of Tencent Holdings who also founded […] The post KOKU raises US$2M pre-Series A funding from Tencent’s Jason Zeng appeared first on e27.


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The Singapore-based fintech works with non-bank financial institutions and liquidity providers to allows its technology assisting on faster and cheaper digital money transfer

KOKU, Singapore-based fintech that focusses on foreign currency exchange, announced that it has raised a US$2 million pre-Series A funding led by Jason Zeng, the co-founder of Tencent Holdings who also founded China-based angel investment company Decent Capital.

The funding will be focussed on KOKU’s product development and regional expansion to neighboring countries such as Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Myanmar....

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