iSTOX, on Jan 21, announced that it has closed US$50 million ($66.3 million) for its Series A funding.

The global digital securities platform now counts JIC Venture Growth Investments (JIC-VGI), the venture capital arm of Japan Investment Corporation (JIC), and Development Bank of Japan Inc (DBJ), which is a financial institution wholly owned by the Japanese Government.

In addition, Japan’s Juroku Bank and venture capital firm, Mobile Internet Capital (MIC) have also joined iSTOX as new investors.

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