Tech headlines, Singapore
Singapore’s tech news summary for February 2022 provides readers with a quick overview of the month’s technology news, looking at Singapore’s tech startups, VC funding and broad technology developments, alongside linking to Singapore-focused reports and downloads where useful.
Singapore startup news headlines for February 2022 are listed individually, below, with each headline linking directly to the item behind it – one click to the Singapore tech news that you want to read.
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- Singapore: A 3-minute interview with Choco Up on how to plug an Asian tech funding gap with revenue-based financing
- Singapore: Pillow raises $3M with decentralized finance community allowing users worldwide to earn interest on cryptocurrency held
- “…Singapore could list up to a dozen special-purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) within the next 12-18 months, bankers, venture capitalists, and analysts say…”
- The Franklin Templeton Singapore Incubation Program powered by F10 has launched, a 2-year incubation program for asset and wealth management firms
- Unicorn Pitches Online, Singapore edition, set for February 16th from Startup Network
- Singapore: Oasys launches blockchain designed and built for the gaming community, allowing transfer of in-game purchases from one game or platform to another, and more
- Singapore: Ethlas blockchain, game-finance and NFT startup secures $2.7M seed funding from investors including Sequoia Capital India and Yield Guild Games
- Singapore: ProfilePrint closes Series A with AI-driven food ingredient ‘fingerprinting’ focusing on guaranteeing quality of coffee
- Singapore Japan Mobile Labs raises $2.85M seed round with mobile wealth protection platform focusing on the Japanese market
- Singapore: Beam raises huge $93M Series B with shared micro-mobility platform offering e-scooters and e-bikes in 35 cities across Southeast Asia, aiming to expand further
- Taiwan’s United Microelectronics Corp to invest $5BN in new Singapore semiconductor factory with production expected in 2024, focusing on 5G and auto electronics
- India’s Bharti Airtel telco giant takes stake in Singapore’s Aqilliz blockchain platform, aiming to implement at scale across primarily advertising endpoints
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