Singapore-based Intain Fintech, an Artificial Intelligence and blockchain-based software products firm, is in talks to raise another $2 million funding, in exchange for a nominal stake. The firm is in talks with existing investors Blockseed Ventures and Hamon Private Equity, a part of Hamon Investment Group, for the funding.
Intain Fintech, which has a presence in India through an operating subsidiary Intain Technology, had raised a similar amount of seed funding in 2018.
“We are covered for whole of 2019, but in the next quarter (April-June quarter) we will raise funding for further expansion and covering ourselves for 2020. We will raise a similar amount much in line with the seed-funding, with a very small dilution,” Intain Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Siddhartha S told BusinessLine.
The company will also talks to some of the global blockchain-focused investors for the fund-raising, which would be used to double the size of its AI automation laboratory and setup a technology team in the US.
Intain Fintech, a holding company has three subsidiaries Emulya Fintech in Singapore, Intain Technologies in India and Intain in the US.
Source: The Hindu