Moses began his career at the Boston Consulting Group. While there he built two profitable businesses that took him towards his MBA at Berkeley. At Berkeley, he started Xendit by winning a hackathon by Andreessen Horowitz before joining YCombinator’s Summer 15 class.He is now challenging how modern finance works in a mobile, millennial-driven world by replacing antiquated payment rails with a free network of P2P payments between consumers. Now people can conduct commerce across the archipelago instantly, for free. Xendit is the first Indonesian company to get into YCombinator and has raised funds from the US, Asian and Indonesian investors like Accel Partners. He is a Forbes 30 under 30 for Asia.