RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Hash payment infrastructure fintech company has just received a US$15 million investment led by QED Investors, which invests in Brazilian unicorns Nubank and Creditas. The Canary and Kaszek funds, which have invested in the company, followed the round.
Founded in 2017 by João Miranda, Hash is a startup that enables other companies to offer their own financial solutions. Like a "fintech factory," it offers fully customizable digital payment terminals and solutions.
One of its largest customers, lumber retailer Leo Madeiras, for example, launched a digital account and developed a card terminal, Leozinha, which is . . .