Jakarta based payments platform Ayopop has raised $1m in Seed funding led by GREE Ventures. Ayopop allows users to pay a wide range of bills through their platform, taking a commission fee from each transaction.
Users create a profile on Ayopop, load credit onto their account via credit card, bank transfer, or a number of other payment options, and can then spend that amount on various services. Ayopop takes a commission on each transaction. Chiragh claims the app has been “gaining strong traction over the last months,” but did not disclose any numbers like the number of transactions facilitated. Its Android app currently has between 50,000 and 100,000 downloads, according to AppAnnie data, and sits on rank 41 of apps in the lifestyle category on Indonesia’s Play Store. Ayopop’s range of products and services on offer is quite broad, starting from the already mentioned mobile credit top-ups to more recent types of digital services like on-demand video.