Japan Mobile Gaming Company Gumi Launches Global Investment Fund

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A number of investment funds are being put up lately to invest in cryptocurrency and blockchain space. Today, we learned that mobile gaming company Gumi launches an investment fund solely for cryptocurrency and emerging blockchain technology business.

The fund, which is called “gumi Cryptos” offers crypto businesses a unique access to the Japanese market, whose country ranks 1st in terms of bitcoin transactions. Projects funded by gumi Cryptos will be offered access to a network of investors and management board. Among them are gumi CEO Kunimitsu Hironao and Matsumura Miko, founder of US-based Evercoin Exchange.

According to Mr. Kunimitsu, the fund enables them to become a more effective partner for emerging blockchain startups, who struggle to enter the Japanese market. This is a point stressed out further by Mr. Matsumura, who had advisory roles in top global blockchain startups in the past. Among them is a partner position at Arrington XRP capital. He also invested in blockchain startups like Filecoin, Basecoin, and Polymath.

Mr. Kunimitsu further said:

“Our team brings tremendous expertise in emerging technology, and with gumi Cryptos, we can truly partner with these companies as they achieve amazing results for all stakeholders,”

The initial investment fund for gumi Cryptos is worth $30 million. Among the first projects funded by gumi Cryptos include Origin Protocol, Pryze, and Basis.

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