Mozper, a debit card and app aimed at improving financial literacy among children, has successfully raised $3.5 million in a seed funding round. The startup addresses the shift in kids' spending habits from cash to digital transactions and aims to teach healthy financial habits. The Mozper card and app provide parents with a secure way to give their children a digital form of money, allowing them to manage spending and promote financial literacy. The platform offers features like sub-accounts, goal-setting, and spending limits, and parents can allocate money for specific purposes. The long-term vision is to grow with the customers and develop a demand-driven product and service offering as children mature and their financial needs evolve. Mozper plans to expand to Brazil after achieving certain milestones in Mexico.