Kirobo has sealed a strategic investment from the Solana LATAM Fund. The Israeli startup’s native utility token – KIRO has also been successfully listed on the MEXC Global.
Asaf Naim, the Co-founder, and CEO of Kirobo, highlighted Solana is one of the world’s foremost blockchain companies. He said that receiving a crucial investment from the platform is yet another sign that Kirobo is moving in the right direction.
The fresh round of funding comes after the startup received $5 million last May from DigiCrypts Blockchain Solutions (DigiMax). Kirobo says the latest funding will connect the company to a network of new potential partners and investors. It is a valuable key to step into the LATAM region. The startup believes that ties with the Solana Foundation will help the future prospects of the project.
The CFO of BRZ and manager of the BRZ Solana Fund, Carlos Russo revealed that adding KIRO to their portfolio was a strategic move. He said the organization is keen to support the future development of Kirobo’s solution in the Solana Ecosystem.
In regards to KIRO getting listed, Naim acknowledged MEXC Global as a highly respected and popular exchange. Kirobo expects KIRO to become parallel with DeFi services as the year’s progresses. Asaf said listings like this will help the startup grow and expand its network.
Katherine Deng, Vice-President at MEXC Global, said the exchange is always excited and looking forward to adding promising new tokens to the listings. Deng believes KIRO is a utility token with a bright future. She said MEXC Global is eager about improving the user experience across the crypto market. Deng pointed out that Israeli startup’s philosophy is in line with the exchange’s.