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3 Latest Announced Rounds

  • $7,000,000
    Seed

    1 Investors

    Technology, Information and Internet
    Apr 12th, 2024
  • $3,300,000
    Pre-Seed

    7 Investors

    Technology, Information and Internet
    Apr 12th, 2024
  • $3,800,000
    Seed

    4 Investors

    Software Development
    Apr 12th, 2024
$1,933.10M Raised in 90 Funding Rounds in the past 7 Days - View All

Funding Round Profile

Opn

start up
Thailand - Bang Kapi District, Bangkok City
  • 10/05/2022
  • Series C
  • $120,000,000

At Opn, we believe the digitalization of the economy has opened up the world, and offers endless opportunities to grow and make meaningful connections with one another. Opn is powered by its payment infrastructure sister company, Omise Payment Holdings, which provides one-stop online payment solutions.

Opn connects people, businesses and society in innovative ways to provide fair and open access to a growing economic ecosystem under its vision of enabling access to the digital economy for everyone. We are on a mission to make digital finance seamless and borderless for people and businesses. Our solutions are used by thousands of companies worldwide including Toyota, ByteDance, ICBC, SCB, True, Allianz Ayudhya, McDonald’s, BMW, King Power and Pomelo.

We are obsessed with solving financial coordination problems, and developing new business models and technology that enable businesses to grow. We focus on addressing financial complexities and chokepoints by offering seamless and borderless solutions for our customers because we want them to focus on their core business and value proposition.

As a value-driven organization, we are dedicated to selecting and retaining the sharpest minds across all functions. Help us make digital finance seamless and borderless for people and businesses.


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Jun HasegawaFounder

Jun Hasegawa Thailand - ND

Raised by a family of entrepreneurs – maternal grandfather founded two universities in Japan, father had advertising and printing businesses, and mother an import/export business for construction materials. Immediately after graduating high school, he moved to Seattle to work as a systems engineer and freelance web developer during the dot-com bubble era of the late 1990s. After deepening his engineering skills, Jun returned to Japan to focus on engineering and graphic design.

He later became a serial entrepreneur, founding several companies, including LIFEmee, a social network company. Jun has received several distinguished industry awards and was nominated as a finalist at the Silicon Valley pitch competition TechCrunch 50.

In 2013, with long-time friend Ezra Don Harinsut, he moved to Thailand and co-founded Omise Payment – a payment platform catering to the Southeast Asia market.

In 2015, he joined the advisory board of Ethereum, which is the second biggest blockchain-based network in the world. In 2017, after over a year of research and development, Jun launched a blockchain division, OmiseGo (exited in 2020).