YUSE.io Secures New Injection From Renowned FinTech Investor Herbert Sim

Financial Technology (FinTech) is slowly but surely disrupting and transforming the entire financial services landscape across the world. Investing in this segment of the technology sector has been both rewarding and challenging.

Earlier today, all-round technology ecosystem provider, YUSE (YUSE.io), announced that one of the biggest FinTech influencer in the world, Herbert Sim, known by his social media handle of @HerbertRSim, has invested a substantial, undisclosed amount into the company, and will also personally be joining the company as an advisor too.

Hailing originally from Kolkata, India, founder and chief operating officer Umesh Pandey shared: “We are deeply honored to have one of the world’s most renowned FinTech influencers to have invested and even joined us as an advisor. With Herbert’s wealth of knowledge and experience in the industry, our community can expect exponential growth of the company in the near future.”

Speaking about the investment, Herbert Sim said: “We get pitched to by countless of projects and startups daily, and we have personally handpicked YUSE Tech, for various reasons. They have multiple functioning apps within its ecosystem such as decentralized finance (DeFi), digital art marketplace, entertainment app for Video creators, gaming in the metaverse, cloud storage services, artificial intelligence (AI) powered dating app, and more.”

Sim is among the world’s less than 100 verified ‘blue tick’ figures across all major social media platforms – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, in the FinTech industry, with over a million followers in total. His website HerbertRsim.com houses all his opinion writings and digital illustrations that he personally hand-draws himself.

Sim also involved with many philanthropic activities – championing World Vision’s children living in poverty. In addition to that, Sim has an impressive academic background, equipped with an MBA from the University of Wolverhampton, UK, and a BA in Mass Communications from Oklahoma City University, USA.

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