Tag: Series A

Japanese Bitcoin Firm TechBureau Raises $6.2 Million

TechBureau Inc, a Japanese blockchain solutions firm and operator of bitcoin exchange Zaif, has announced the successful completion of a ¥670 million ($6.2M) Series A funding round. According to an SMN Weekly report, several venture capital, IT and finance firms have participated in the funding round; Japanese information technology and services company arara; software developer Infoteria; Japanese Q&A community platform OKWAVE;  Hiroshima Venture Capital; Nippon Technology Venture Partners; financial support …
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Indian Bitcoin Exchange Coinsecure Raises $1.2 Million in Series A Funding Round

Indian digital currency exchange Coinsecure has revealed today that it has raised $1.2 million so far in an ongoing Series A funding round that began in January of this year. Coinsecure is one of India’s largest bitcoin exchanges by volume – doing around 3000 BTC in trade volume on a monthly basis – and is currently an industry member of the Bitcoin Foundation as well as a Silver Founding Donor …
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Blockstream Secures $55 Million in Series A Funding Round

After the recent PwC partnership news, Blockstream announced today the successful completion of their $55 million Series A funding round. The financing round was headed by AXA Strategic Ventures, Horizons Ventures and Digital Garage. Several other institutional investors also participated: AME Cloud Ventures, Blockchain Capital, FuturePerfect Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Mosaic Ventures, and Seven Seas Venture Partners. Blockstream will use the newly acquired capital to expand their global presence and improve …
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Gem Raises $7.1 Million in Series A Funding Round

Gem, a blockchain API solutions provider based in California, starts the new year with a $7.1 million Series A funding round. The company previously raised $3.3 million from various investors in the past two years, but this funding round is the biggest one yet. This round featured some of the biggest names in the blockchain space such as Silbert’s Digital Currency Group, Pelion Venture Partners and First Round Capital. “We …
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