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Bithumb’s parent company announces intention to invest in future-tech startups through its incubation program

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Bithumb's parent company BTC Korea is investing in potential future-tech startups through its incubation program

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BTC Korea, the parent company behind Bithumb, has decided to expand its investment into incubation programs for various startups developing future technologies such as blockchain, fintech and artificial intelligence (AI). These investments would be made through its venture capital arm, BTC Investments, which was established last January, reported The Korean Times.

BTC Korea got approval to open its venture capital arm from financial authorities back in December. One of BTC Investments’ officials commented on the firm’s interest to help budding startups in the country, working towards developing products and services based on future technologies. The official said,

“BTC Investment also plans to expand its investment range to other technology sectors such as biotechnology. We will also host fintech idea and business contests in the future to support future startup talents.”

As per industry sources, the firm has already invested in 10 local startups, including the likes of blockchain developer KodeBoxand EVR Studio. EVR Studio featured in the list of “Asia’s 10 VR startups everyone should be watching right now,” published by Forbes.

KodeBox in association with Bithumb is developing a securities token offering (STO)-related technology platform which will provide a management platform for real-world assets such as Real Estate and paintings.

Apart from these two notable names, BTC Investments has also invested in an algorithm-based investment platform developer, IntelliQuant and AI-based image-producing platform, Brand New Technology.

There has been a surge in the number of incubation programs in the decentralized space in recent times, which is why major exchanges like Binance, Coinbase, Huobi, and Kucoin have started their own venture capital arm to support upcoming startups with the potential to disrupt the decentralized space with their innovation.


Aakash is a full-time cryptocurrency journalist at AMBCrypto covering primarily the US market. A graduate in Finance and Economics, his writing is centered around regulation and institutional investment within the cryptocurrency space. He is also an aspiring triathlete.
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