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Patents and Trademarks by IPqwery

The intellectual property of Danal includes 4 registered patents primarily in the 'Computing; Calculating' category, according to IPqwery.

Interest Signals by Bombora

Danal employees are showing high interest in Wellness, Centro, and Venables Bell & Partners, according to Bombora.

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Danal is actively using 11 technologies for its website, according to BuiltWith. These include SPF, Domain Not Resolving, and Microsoft Exchange Online.

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Danal uses 13 technology products and services including HTML5, Google Analytics, and jQuery, according to G2 Stack.


Funding Rounds
Number of Funding Rounds 4 Total Funding Amount $14.5M Danal has raised a total of $14.5M in funding over 4 rounds. Their latest funding was raised on Apr 28, 2018 from a Private Equity round.
Number of Lead Investors 3 Number of Investors 3 Danal is funded by 3 investors. Experian Ventures and Experian are the most recent investors.
Danal has 5 current employee profiles, including President & CEO Jim Greenwell.

Recent News & Activity

Danal Fintech is the blockchain subsidiary of Danal, Inc., which specializes in integrated payments. Based in Korea, Danal is a provider of mobile business solutions enabling payments, commerce, and mobile wallet services. Danal Fintech’s Paycoin app is used by more than 750,000 people to make payments in fiat and digital assets at 60,000 merchants.
UnionPay, Danal to offer digital pre-paid card
China-based UnionPay has partnered with Korean payment provider Danal to introduce a digital pre-paid card for travellers going to places including China. The prepaid mobile card, available by the end of 2020, will be accessible via Danal‘s payment app Paycoin Wallet and be accepted at more than 30 million UnionPay merchants across 179 countries and regions, including China.
Giant UnionPay to Support Crypto
Chinese Payments Giant UnionPay to Support Crypto Spending With New Virtual Card The world’s biggest credit and debit card company will support payments with a South Korea-developed cryptocurrency for an upcoming virtual card offering.

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