French Financial Technology Company Fipto Received 15 Million Euros in Seed Round Financing, Led by Serena Capital and Motier Ventures

French fintech company Fipto raised €15 million in seed funding, led by Serena Capital and Motier Ventures. The core of Fipto's platform is dedicated to utilizing the potential of blockchain technology. Its comprehensive platform serves as an integrated payment and financial solution, allowing enterprises to seamlessly convert and transfer any currency, whether it is fiat or digital, while leveraging the unique advantages of blockchain. One of the standout features of the Fipto platform is its ability to facilitate real-time cross-border payments.


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