UNCMN Digital partners with Rising Capital

Both firms hope to unlock new growth opportunities across India and South-East Asia.

Digital assets firm Rising Capital and service provider UNCMN Digital have partnered to drive cryptocurrency, web3 and gaming growth across India and South-East Asia (SEA).

The partnership will utilize Singapore-based Rising Capital’s investments in early-stage crypto companies across the NFT, gaming and metaverse space, and UNCMN Digital’s access to global influencers, gaming talent and esports teams.

Both firms will provide maximum visibility and activation to gaming, metaverse and NFT initiatives, all the while providing the resources, connections and core business propositions to projects hoping to build in the web3 industry.

UNCMN Digital co-founder and chief executive Anshuman Dash said: “As pioneers in our respective fields, we are honored to have been entrusted with the responsibility of driving the growth of Rising Capital’s portfolio and partner projects.”

Having recently opened an office in Jakarta, UNCMN Digital appointed esports and gaming industry veteran – and former head of business development at GPX Indonesia – Erza Taruna to lead its efforts in growth across the SEA region, the partnership with Rising Capital aims to boost the company’s acceleration in the region.

“We are excited to partner with UNCMN Digital and bring their expertise and extensive network to the forefront of Rising Capital’s operations in India and the SEA region. We believe that this partnership will provide immense value to our portfolio companies, partners and stakeholders and help them unlock new growth opportunities”, said Rising Capital managing director Sankalp Shangari.

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Written by Isabella Aslam


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