Blockapps is World’s 1st scalable enterprise blockchain platform. BlockApps is a full-stack technology platform that allows you to build industry-specific Blockchain Applications on customizable private and consortium (semi-private) blockchains as well the public Ethereum network.
Dianrong.com is a Chinese peer-to-peer lending service. Dianrong integrates the system and management experience of Lending Club with local market conditions. In addition, the company also launched cooperation with state-backed China Orient Asset Management Corp. Most of those who borrow money at Dianrong.com are small businesses or individuals who are in urgent need of funds. Despite their good credit profile, they are often refused by other financial institutions such as banks as a result of various restrictions. Dianrong’s P2P technology enables alignment between individual fund demand and investment opportunities, benefiting both creditors and borrowers while helping borrowers.
Dolphin Browser is a propitiatory internet browser for the Android Operation system and iOS developed by Mobotap. It was one of the first alternative browsers for the Android platform that introduced support for multi-touch gestures. Dolphin Browser uses the Webkit engine and the native platform rendering capabilities, which allows for a small disk footprint. Dolphin Browser is the leader among third party browsers.
Changyou.com Limited, a leading online game developer and operator in China has purchased 51% of the equity interests in MoboTap, Dolphin’s parent company, on a fully-diluted basis, for cash consideration of US$91 million on July 16, 2014.
Grana is set out to create timeless wardrobe essentials made from the world’s best fabrics at the most disruptive prices ever seen. To accomplish this, they have eliminated diva designers, cumbersome middlemen, and expensive brick‐and‐mortar stores.
They believe quality fabrics are the heart of any garment, this is why they won’t stop traveling the world until they find the very best. Once their fabrics have been selected their in-house design team curates their collection of timeless wardrobe essentials.
Their prices are the lowest you will find in respect to the fabric quality. How they achieve this is simple; they deal directly with fabric mills, cut out all middlemen, eliminate the burdensome costs of physical stores and instead ship directly from their warehouse in Hong Kong. Finally, they choose mark-up’s that are as low as they can manage.
Kepler is Hong Kong’s crypto exchange. It also provides various financial services with the help of blockchain technology to corporations and individuals. Services include asset management, token financing (ICO/TGE), and create tailor-made financial products for customers.
KKday is Asia’s one-stop shop for booking amazing travel experiences. The platform launched in late 2015 offers more than 6,000-plus experiences from 53 cities all over the world and provides a variety of languages such as Japanese, Korean, English, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese.
Lalamove is the fastest, safest way to book a van or truck for all of your delivery and transportation needs. Lalamove’s app connects customers and drivers utilizing technology to locate the nearest driver ensuring the fastest response time. As customers have the ability to rate drivers, Lalamove not only optimizes the current inefficiencies in the market, but also elevates the level of service customers receive through a self monitoring marketplace.
LeadIQ is a sales prospecting automation platform to increase sales productivity. LeadIQ provide an intuitive and simple way to build accurate prospect list, find contact info, enrich data, and sync to Salesforce. Their technology allows automated reach-outs and follow-ups. LeadIQ is transforming the sales prospecting landscape, by providing the fastest way to capture leads, discover emails and contact info, and enrich data with company information and social profiles.
Pathway Education is a comprehensive education institution in Hong Kong with offices in Shanghai, Beijing, Shandong and Guangzhou. Their vision is to streamline and systematize the preparation and enrollment procedures of Chinese students studying aboard by creating a one-stop platform for both students and universities. Their programs are accredited and recognized by Tsing Hua University and Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
Plutux is the first crypto-to-crypto exchange to empower traders with customizable and user friendly advanced trading features in a mobile centric, gamified, regulated and most importantly, ethical environment. Plutux is based in Hong Kong, Singapore and Gibraltar, and is obtaining a Distributed Ledger Technology license to become a fully regulated exchange. Supporting a throughput of 3 million TPS along with best-in-practice security protocols, Plutux is poised to become a top cryptocurrency exchange through responsible innovation and adherence to regulations.
Qupital is an online invoice trading platform. They are able to help businesses raise funding against their unpaid invoices in 24 hours or less. The platform allows funders to gain the latest information and opportunities for funding growing Hong Kong companies. Qupital provides funders access to the new asset class of receivables, which are short term, secured and offer great risk adjusted returns.
Spottly is a location-based social travel app. It functions as a visual guide for you to discover places near and far, handpicked by people like you. If you’re a wanderer, explorer or dreamer – Spottly puts a world of amazing destinations in your back pocket.
Headquartered in Hong Kong and Beijing, Spottly launched its first iTunes release in October 2013.
Tuling is a financial technology company based in Shenzhen, China which provides analytics of various financial products. Users can research and directly subscribe to qualified funds and financial products on the platform.
Wonder Workshop Wonder Workshop is an education and robotics startup based in Silicon Valley in the United States. The company provides a platform that makes programming fun and accessible for children while they play.
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