SVPER, a Republic of Mauritius-based social instant video-only app for forming real-life relationships in real time, raised an undisclosed amount of funding.
The round was led by DAEX (Digital Assets Exchange), a distributed digital asset-clearing ecosystem built using a blockchain based multi-asset clearing and settlement protocol, with participation from LBank, a digital asset exchange.
Co-founded by Jean-Baptiste Fort, CEO, René Carrillo, Investment Director, and Andre Vanyi Robin, CSO, SVPER is a mobile application that rewards its users for meeting new people in the real world. The innovative concept replaces user profiles, pictures and text messages with instant video invitations. Users can see what people near them are doing (or planning to do), choose the event they would like to join, and meet them in person straight away.
The strategic partnership between DAEX and SVPER will help to fill in the gaps when it comes to DAEX’s underlying identification technologies. In this way, the SVPER team will also assist in improving the layout of the DAEX ecosystem as a whole.
DAEX are creating a clearing ecosystem using distributed ledger technology, which aims to serve centralized cryptocurrency exchanges. By clearing trades on a public chain in a transparent way, DAEX aims to build a clearing house for cryptocurrency trading. The ecosystem will include a range of products, including the Clearing Chain, the DAEX Fund, the DAEX Wallet, and partnered centralized exchanges.
Recently, DAEX have established key partnerships with identification technology group IAME, blockchain security group BUGX, blockchain services provider Sophon Capital Community, the multi-functional fintech platform HyperQuant, and digital asset exchanges XBrick and Tokenomy. Having further increased this network by collaborating with SVPER, DAEX plans to continue expanding, with their test net scheduled to be live in quarter four of 2018.