Hong Kong’s StockViva nabs $3m
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Hong Kong-based StockViva, which offers a financial real-time analytics platform, has reportedly raised $3m in its Series A funding round.
The investment was backed by Farquhar VC, Kharis Capital, Hong Huan Group, Angelhub and a group of unnamed angel investors, according to a report from Tech In Asia.
With the funds, StockViva plans to support its community, improve its user experience and hire more staff.
It claims its revenue increased by 122% in 2021 and trading volume grew by 932%.
StockViva provides users with real-time analysis from financial key opinion leaders within trading. It supports Hong Kong and US stocks, FX, warrants, options, bonds and commodities.
The platform is available in China, Taiwan, Singapore and New Zealand – where it is known as MeowMeow.
StockViva previously raised $2m in funding from Alibaba Hong Kong Entrepreneurs Fund, K3 Ventures and others.
Earlier this year, Hong Kong-based Babel Finance closed its Series A funding round on $40m. The company claims to be one of the largest crypto financial service providers in the world, offering crypto lending to people across the globe.