The January 2022 snapshot of Singapore’s technology, startup and venture capital funding headlines, drawn from Startup News Asia’s daily updates
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- Singapore: Brankas raises $20M from Visa and Insignia Ventures to expand banking-as-a-service API platform and network
- A brief intro to the 10 finalists selected for the Singapore-Thailand Demo Day of the Alibaba Cloud x KrASIA Global Startup Accelerator, set for January 11th
- An overview of the Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore’s new AI-driven system to ensure the most efficient distribution of docking spaces and ship anchorage areas
- Singapore: Unicorn Pitches event from StartupNetwork set for January 31st, with startup pitching slots open for applications now
- Singapore: Klaytn launches blockchain-focused Incubation Program powered by F10, looking for Web3 startups and businesses
- Singapore: Monetary Authority bans cryptocurrency platforms from advertising in public in bid to curb crypto adoption and trading activity
- Singapore: An intro to 3 tech startups addressing real-world business problems faced by large corporates and multi-nationals
- Singapore: Haulio raises $7M in Series A round with digital platform focused on delivering on-demand services to the ‘first mile’ logistics of traditional haulage businesses
- Singapore: Web3Auth secures $13M from Sequoia India, leveraging social accounts to simplify crypto onboarding and authentication
- Singapore’s Protos Labs takes Asia Star award at Alibaba Cloud x KrASIA Global Startup Accelerator’s Singapore-Thailand Demo Day with AI-assessed insurance-tech
- Singapore’s Infinity Force blockchain gaming firm raises $5.5M seed funding in round led by Animoca Brands, allowing players to create guilds, recruit members, and manage performance
- Singapore: ErudiFi, startup that expands access to education in SE Asia, secures debt facility of $15M, offering student loans focusing on The Philippines and Indonesia
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