A handful of Malaysian flavours that tantalise, promise and hopefully deliver.
Successfully attracts 96 investors to become Mystartr’s first-ever successful crowdfunding project.
Offerings must be ‘innovative’ and ‘meaningful’.
First company on pitchIN to accept crypto tokens as considerations in kind.
In 2018, a cryptocurrency trader was sued by two cryptocurrency-exchange related providers for the return of Bitcoins mistakenly transferred to him.
As the first company to be given full approval by the Malaysian Securities Commission, the London-based cryptocurrency exchange is now back to full operations in Malaysia, with added benefits.
StashAway Malaysia’s Wong Wai Ken on the company’s strategy and future plans.
US$604,305 invested in just eight days by 156 investors, largest investor to date commits US$120,861.
Seeks to raise RM2 million in its second campaign on pitchIN; plans for an IPO.
The other 19 are required to cease operations immediately.