- 11 projects that received funding in the last few days
- Read more about them in the article below.
Today we have compiled for you a selection of various projects that have recently managed to raise funds from funds:
– Web3 development tool provider Cubist announced the closing of a $7 million seed funding round with Polychain Capital as the lead investor. In addition to her, Dao5, Polygon, Axelar, Amplify Partners and Blizzard took part in the round;
– Zero-knowledge technology firm Proven raises $15.8 million led by Framework Ventures;
Payroll and tax compliance startup Toku has raised $20 million in a funding round. The funding round was led by Blockchain Capital. Other investors were Protocol Labs, GMJP, OrangeDAO, Orrick, Reverie, Quantstamp, Next Web Capital;
– Brazilian stablecoin issuer ECSA closed a $3 million pre-funding round featuring investors such as startup accelerator Y Combinator and Arca;
– Cryptocurrency startup Gyroscope, which is developing a stablecoin, announced on raising $4.5 million as part of a seed funding round. The round was jointly led by Placeholder VC and Galaxy Ventures. Secondary investors were Maven 11, Archetype, Robot Ventures. The fundraiser took place in January 2022, but Gyroscope is making it public now because the protocol’s codebase is largely complete and it’s getting ready for a full launch;
– Mauve is a decentralized exchange focused on compliance attracted $15 million investment. Coinbase Ventures and Brevan Howard have joined the DEX funding round. Ethereal Ventures, BlueYard Capital and Balderton were among the other sponsors;
– Tweed Company attracted $4 million in seed funding. The raised investments are planned to be used to create a fully Web3 compatible wallet and payment infrastructure for Web2 companies. Accel became the main investor. Communitas Capital Partners and Zero Knowledge Ventures also participated in the round;
– Web3 email solution EtherMail attracts $4 million investment in the Pre-Series A round. The funding round was led by venture capital firm Draper Associates. MS&AD Ventures also participated in fundraising;
– Web3 startup related to football games Matchday received $21 million in funding. The seed funding round was led by Play Time, which is owned by one of the best football players in history, Lionel Messi. Other investors included Courtside Ventures, Greylock, HackVC, Capricorn Investment Group and Horizons Ventures;
– Founders of the bankrupt Three Arrows Capital (3AC) sobRali $25 million for a new bankruptcy filing exchange, OPNX;
– Blockchain of the first level Shardeum attracts $5 million in strategic round at $250 million valuation. Previously, the project received $18 million in seed funding.