KRASIA - Feb 26 - Bengaluru-based social media platform ShareChat, which also operates short-video app Moj, is looking to land a check of $200M from Chinese technology major Tencent. The funding will be raised through optionally convertible debentures and routed via a Europe-based entity. Optionally convertible debentures are long-term debt instruments that can be converted into shares of equity stock after a specified period. If the transaction goes through, it could subsequently lead to a change in management control of ShareChat. The startup claims to have 160 million active users on its main social networking app and 80 million on its short-video app, Moj.