When was Banxa founded?
Banxa was founded in 2014.
Where is Banxa's headquarters?
Banxa's headquarters is located at Melbourne.
What is Banxa's latest funding round?
Banxa's latest funding round is Series A - II.
How much did Banxa raise?
Banxa raised a total of $3.38M.
Who are the investors of Banxa?
Investors of Banxa include Thorney Investment Group, OK Group and NGC Ventures.
Who are Banxa's competitors?
Competitors of Banxa include MoonPay and 4 more.
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