Keychain Closes $1 Million Round to Deploy Data Provenance Infrastructure

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Keychain Pte. Ltd. (Singapore, Founders: Jonathan Hope and Kazuyoshi Mishima) raised US$1,000,000 in its first investment round including investors Monex Ventures (Japan) and Idaten Ventures (Japan) to deploy its award-winning data provenance infrastructure.

"Having addressed technology and product-market fit risks in the first phase of the company, and I am delighted having such great investors backing us as Keychain deploys its network." Jonathan Hope, CEO Keychain

Keychain raised US$1,000,000 in a first round comprised of Monex Ventures, Inc., IDATEN Ventures LLC, and three undisclosed corporate investors.

Keychain fortifies operational integrity and data security for the financial, industry, and enterprise sectors using Keychain's award-winning, blockchain-based Data Provenance Infrastructure (Keychain DPI). Keychain's technology answers the following questions about data security: (1) who created the data, (2) has the data been tampered with, and (3) who has access to the data?

Keychain solves this problem in a way that Keychain's client can exchange and process any data, on any device, over any network globally without entrusting security to third parties. Keychain enables clients to innovate in areas such as digital asset markets, financial regtech, digital identity and privacy, connected automobiles, and military communication.

Keychain will open access to partners and clients in Q4 2018. Contact Keychain at for partner access or investment queries.

[About Keychain]
Keychain was founded in Singapore in 2016 by Jonathan Hope and Kazuyoshi Mishima and has offices in Singapore and Tokyo. Keychain received the Special Judge Award from the IoT Selection Lab and Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry in 2017. Keychain made headlines in early 2018 by demonstrating that its technology is compatible with small Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

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