Kucing takes no commission on any property transaction Founded by Mathieu Goarant and Guillaume Garagnon Kucing announced yesterday, the launch of its agent-free, peer-to-peer (P2P) dedicated residential property platform. The Singapore-based proptech company claims the platform as the first in Singapore.
The acronym P2P stands for peer-to-peer but for Fundaztic it describes something bigger. “Power to the people. We give businesses a chance by putting them on our platform and letting the crowd decide."
Malaysia-headquartered Moovby, which allows users to rent out idle cars to other people, raised US$660,000 for regional expansion plans.
Dealer Financing is targeted at the purchase of used cars by identified used car dealers.
Volume doubles in six months after crossing funding of US$73 million in January 2018.
Funding Societies, via Modalku Ventures, will be launching its P2P lending platform in Malaysia first half next year. What is the company's strategy? Goh Thean Eu writes.
The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) announced the six registered P2P financing platform operators in the country. How will this benefit the country? DNA's Goh Thean Eu reports.