The funding comes two years after the firm raised at least $1 million in a seed round led by Tokyo-based venture capital firm Infinity Ventures.
Mynt is racing against ride-hailing services Grab and Tencent Holdings Ltd.-backed Voyager to tap a fledgling Philippine payments market.
Holcim Philippines Inc. has also attracted interest from China Resources Cement Holdings Ltd. and Hongshi Group Co.
Go-Jek had hoped to take on Singapore-based Grab which is the dominant player in the Philippines ride-hailing sector.
The startup has raised funding from fintech-focused venture capital firm Sage and venture lab Talino Labs.
ConsenSys Ventures intends to build a portfolio across the blockchain ecosystem.
A possible investment in GOJEK's Philippine venture would mark the latest technology play for Ayala, after it bought a stake in Zalora’s local unit.
The investor focuses on investments in healthcare, manufacturing and consumer services.
Ticket2Me, launched in May 2018, claims to be Southeast Asia's first blockchain-enabled ticketing platform.
MIT Media Lab, Barclays, the Mastercard Foundation, Ripple, Techstars, Mahindra Finance, 2020 Ventures, and 8 Decimal Capital joined the round.
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