LATTICE80, the world’s largest FinTech hub, has launched an Angel Investor Network across 200 cities globally. With a current presence in Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Europe, the company plans to expand into America soon. The LATTICE80 KAYA Network currently consists of more than 11,000 FinTech and Blockchain companies, Financial Institutions, Corporates, Governments, and the Public.
The Angel Investor Network spans 200 cities with each having 200 angel investors and also 100 partner funds to create co-investing opportunities.
The AI powered database of industry stakeholders within the KAYA Network will provide a robust platform for investment information by identifying trends and opportunities based on market data, track records of old companies, and correlating custom variables developed over time. Investors will thus be able to seek out the top startups for investment opportunities.
LATTICE80 will leverage their partnerships and a deeply engaged community across Asia, Europe, and other parts of the world. The company is working to emerge as thesingle largest fintech network on the planet, by being able to engage every category and sub category in the industry.
“Our Angel Investor Network is the next logical step in our endeavour to put the KAYA Network to work for the community focused on FinTech and Blockchain. We will bring together 40,000 angel investors in 200 cities and 100 partner funds to create regular co-investing opportunities every month.
The 11,000 startup strong database that we have built is already being tested in Beta. It is able to continuously port data about the companies across custom variables established to help investors with making the best decisions. I am very excited about this as we are gradually realising our vision of creating one of the largest networks in the world across any industry category,” said Joe Seunghyun Cho, Co-Founder and Founding CEO of LATTICE80.