XanPool, a Hong Kong-based payments infrastructure builder focused primarily on the Asia Pacific regions has raised over US$27 Million in an A Series financing round.
The Series A funding round was led by Valar Ventures, a venture capital firm known for being co-founded by Peter Thiel, a prominent co-founder of PayPal.
Other Investors in XanPools Series A round included CMT Digital and notable angel investor Taavet Hinrikus. Taavet Hinrinkus is the Founder and Chair of Wise (Formerly Transferwise).
What the heck is XanPool? XanPool’s software allows anyone to instantly and seamlessly execute and settle crypto to FIAT transactions without taking custody of customer funds.
Operating in over 13 countries across will use these funds to further “consolidate its presence in the Asia Pacific region, and expand its product offerings”.
The firm currently operates in Hong Kong, Singapore, India, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.
The Series A round of funding compliments XanPools Pre-Series A round where they raised over US$4.3 million in funding back in November 2020. That’s right, XanPool has raised over US$32 million from investors to date.
The XanPool platform has amassed over 500,000 users, and over 400 business partners since the launch of its services in March 2019.
XanPools services are a game-changer for enabling wider adoption of crypto and the to envision XanPool being Just like “SWIFT” which is a network that enables financial institutions worldwide to send and receive information about financial transactions in a secure, standardized, and reliable environment.
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