Updated: Feb 19, 2019
We have seen our speakers and partner companies achieve great heights in the first 6 weeks of 2019. From raising money to fund company growth, acquiring companies, partnering with market leaders, strategic partnerships, and a $40 Million Venture Fund, our TF Blockchain Speakers and Partner Companies have been busy. Here is a round up of their recent success.
Two pensions plans, an insurance company, a university endowment, and a private foundation have all invested in Pomp's $40 million VC fund focused on investing in equity of blockchain and digital asset companies.
Coinme operates digital currency ATMs in 11 states from Washington to Texas. Partnering with Coinstar, Coinme continues providing a new level of financial inclusion to digital currencies with thousands of new locations.
Paul Stahura, founder of Donuts and eNom, leads a $1.2 million Series A investment for the Seattle stablecoin project. Stably's mechanism for minting its tokens is simple. When users pay $1 dollar, Stably mints one StableUSD (USDS).
Consensys Ventures has invested an undisclosed amount into the privacy-centric browser, Tenta. Tenta's browser has nearly one million downloads and features a built-in VPN, ad blocker and full data encryption.
Chief Executive and TF3 speaker Darren Marble told the LA Business Journal “CrowdfundX generated $3 million in topline revenue in the last two years”. Issuance will take over CrowdfundX's revenue streams and relationships with clients, employees, and more than 200 digital asset funds.
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