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Omise to raise funding using digital coins

Thai payments startup Omise plans to raise up to $16m by allowing investors to use cryptocurrencies. Read more: www.techinasia.com

Century-old bank plans digital revamp to fight FinTech

Siam Commercial Bank Pcl, Thailand's oldest homegrown lender, plans to reinvent its mobile digital payment platform. Read more: www.bloomberg.com

Thailand Stock Exchange to launch blockchain marketplace

SET is launching a blockchain-based marketplace for trading in startups later this year. Read more: www.cryptocoinsnews.com

MoneyTable picks up $1.5m and aims for 1m users this year

Thai employee financial well-being startup MoneyTable has closed $1.5m in a seed round from K2 Venture Capital and Kejora Ventures. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Thai digital-payment system may save banks $2bn

Thailand is due to roll out a national digital-payment system that levies much smaller transaction fees than the nation’s banks. Read more: www.bloomberg.com

Jay Mart taps FinTech to thrive in digital financial services

Bangkok Stock Exchange listed mobile distributor company Jay Mart is targeting on fintech companies and startups to embark on a transformation of its business. Read more: www.econotimes.com

Blockchain tech ignores USD, allows transfers in Baht-Yuan

The system created by Kasikornbank will allow for direct settlement of transfers between baht and yuan or Thailand and China without any need for the currencies to be converted to USD at any point. Read more: www.cryptocoinsnews.com

MC Payment raises $3.5m to move into Thailand

“Move fast” is a tireless maxim in the startup world and fintech company MC Payment has taken it to heart. Read more: www.techinasia.com

First cross-border rewards platform UTU launches

UTU, a cross-border loyalty and rewards platform that enables people to earn and redeem points through their smartphone, launches. Read more: www.prnewswire.com

Thai Kasikornbank, IBM join forces on blockchain network

Thailand's Kasikornbank Pcl has joined with the Thai unit of International Business Machines Corp to develop blockchain services. Read more: www.reuters.com

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