Today’s top tech news, December 12, 2018: Vietnam-based travel company Triip now allows blockchain booking

Also, LightInTheBox acquires EzBuy despite struggling freefalling in the stock market, Uber's sued right after announcing IPO 

India's Bizongo raises US$22M led by Eduardo Saverin's VC firm to expand to Southeast Asia

Bizongo provides an end-to-end automated solution for businesses across industries to procure primary, secondary and tertiary packaging 

Volcanics Ventures is betting on China's medical and healthcare industry

Former IDG Ventures investor Zhang Suyang founded Volcanics Ventures last year to focus on the medical industry 

Captain’s Log, Oct 12: Ratan Tata says Indian startups not disruptive enough; Meru Cabs accuses Ola, Uber of distorting market

Also in the news is CEO Annabelle Kwok's resignation from SmartCow, a company building industrial-grade deployment devices for Artificial Intelligence 

Myntra co-founder Mukesh Bansal's health and fitness platform raises US$25M funding

The startup plans to develop new products around medical checkups and primary healthcare under its brand by early next year 

Unbxd raises US$12.5M to connect online shoppers to the products they are most likely to buy

Unbxd enables personalised site search, navigation, product recommendations and merchandising for leading online retailers 

VNG Corporation to list on Nasdaq, is the first Vietnamese firm to have overseas IPO

Starting out as a game publisher, VNG Corporation has evolved into a wide range of tech-related services, from content to e-commerce 

eBay-backed Quikr acquires on-demand home services startup Zimmber for US$10M

The deal will help Quikr accelerate its growth in household services, while Zimmber will benefit from the synergies it has with QuikrServices and will also enter new markets 

Indian agritech startup AgroStar raises US$10M led by Accel Partners

Farmers can use the AgroStar to procure agri inputs needed for their farms by giving a missed call on its platform or via its mobile app 

India's credit scores startup CreditMantri raises US$7.6M led by Quona Capital

On the CreditMantri platform, customers can also learn how to improve their credit health, resolve past issues, and in the process discover products best matched to their credit profile