Earlier this month, Genie ICO, which has already collected $2 million during the presale stage of its ICO, took yet another step toward its aim of building the largest Asia-wide blockchain asset exchange platform that connects capital providers with small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). They have announced they will be joining forces with LDJ Capital, which already has a presence in the US, Asia, the Middle East, and Europe, and expects to expand to Australia and Africa. The partnership will involve the $200 million LDJ Cayman Fund, which focuses on
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