The lender said this came at the end of its busiest quarter to date and that it has significant development plans for the near future.
Of that £50m, more than £23m has been returned in capital to investors and a further £1.3m in interest.
CEO Narinder Khattoare (pictured right) said: “It took us over a year to fund our first ten million, and we’ve been on an upward trajectory ever since – we’re reaching each milestone faster than the last.”
He also acknowledged that peer-to-peer had been in the spotlight lately, but said the lender’s thorough due diligence and lending approach showed in the returns to investors.
“We’ve built a fantastic community of investors and couldn’t do it without their support, or the continuous hard work from our growing team,” he continued.
“We’re just beginning to launch the first in a series of huge developments for Kuflink that will really shake up the peer-to-peer market, so watch this space as there is plenty of excitement to come,” he added.