In a recent tech startups deals, Thailand-based legal tech platform Plizz has raised a seed round from SG-based VC firm REAPRA, while Global Digital Payments has nabbed $1 million in seed funding from angel investors.
Thailand’s Plizz raises seed funding from REAPRA
Thailand-based accounting and legal tech platform Plizz has raised $300,000 in a seed funding round from Singapore-based venture capital firm REAPRA, e27 reported.
The funding round follows an angel financing of $200,000.
The Plizz platform offers online accounting, company registration, visa and work permit services to small and medium scale companies in Thailand.
Global Digital Payments bags $1m in seed funding
Singapore-based Global Digital Payments (GDP) has raised $1 million in a seed funding round from angel investors, according to a Techinasia report.
It is currently building a cross-border P2P lending platform, PezzaPay, and P2P financing platform that connects SME with investors called PezzaLoan.
PezzaLoan is in early testing stages with SMEs in Taiwan.
The startup, which is targeting to raise its Series A round next year, has been investing in securing compliance permits having applied for seven licenses including e-money, crypto service, and money service operation.
GDP, which has offices in Singapore, Taiwan, Japan, the Philippines, and Estonia, is looking to expand into Hong Kong and China in the near future.