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Digital Bank Xinja Raises $2.6 Million on Equitise

Last week, digital bank Xinja closed its second crowdfunding round on Equitise having raised $2,589,781 from 1,568 investors. The round had set a top limit of The party isn’t over until the last Xinja sings 👩‍🎤👨‍🎤🎤(invests) 3⃣hrs to go peeps! Giddy up 🏇our crowdfund closes… Read More

Digital Bank Xinja Tops A$ 1.6 Million, Seeks Max Raise on Equitise of A$ 4,859,800

The UK and Europe and other jurisdictions are not alone in pursuing the digital banking revoluation. In Australia, Xinja is following in the footsteps of platforms like Revolut and Monza by raising growth capital on a crowdfunding platform. Several weeks into their public campaign on… Read More

Digital Challenger Bank Xinja Launches Second Equity Crowdfunding Campaign on Equitise & Quickly Tops $500,000 Funding Target

Australian digital bank Xinja has not only launched its second equity crowdfunding round on Equitise, but it also has already secured its initial $500,000 funding target. The launch of the latest funding round comes just one year after Xinja became the first retail equity crowdfunding offer in Australia… Read More

Digital Challenger Bank Xinja Receives Banking License, Preps to Return to Equitise for Second Crowdfunding Round

Merry Christmas, Xinja. In January of 2018, Xinja became the first retail equity crowdfunding offer in Australia following an update to rules. Xinja, a digital challenger bank, went on to raise $2.4 million in a solid “proof of concept” offering that was part of larger… Read More

Australian Digital Bank Xinja Receives Credit License; Prepares for Product Launch

Australian digital bank Xinja announced on Wednesday it received its Australian Credit Licence (ACL) from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). According to Xinja, the license is a significant step forward for the bank, as it will now be able to offer home loans, which it is… Read More

Game Changer: 7 Approved Platforms to Provide “Crowd-Sourced Funding” in Australia, Equitise Immediately Lists First Equity Crowdfund Offer

The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) announced yesterday it had approved the licensing of the first seven “crowd-sourced funding” platforms. Due to a recent change in Australia’s security regulations, these investment crowdfunding platforms may allow businesses to raise up to $5 million – all… Read More

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