0x Labs, Bitso, Alchemy and Pantera are a few companies you may have heard of. However, if you’re not sure which one is the best, consider this: Pantera led a $15 million Series A round in December. It also received participation from Coinbase Ventures, SignalFire, Samsung and Stanford University.
Exchange Infrastructure Company
Labs Pantera CapitalMcsweeney TheBlock is the decentralized exchange infrastructure company behind the 0x exchange protocol. The startup recently raised $15 million in a Series A round of funding led by Pantera Capital. Other investors in the round included Greylock, Jump Crypto, and OpenSea. 0x Labs also attracted backing from Jared Leto, Brevan Howard, and Reid Hoffman.
The startup has raised $15 million in a Series A round led by Pantera Capital McSweeney. The funding will be used to expand its network and improve its platform. It has already created a matching protocol for tokens and plans to integrate additional chains and enhance its API. In addition, the team will continue developing its platform to be compatible with other exchange applications, including ShapeShift.
Labs Pantera CapitalMcsweeney TheBlock has also backed TheBlock’s decentralized exchange infrastructure. It recently secured $15 million in funding from Pantera Capital. The startup plans to use the new capital to expand its product and expand its support for multiple chains. It will also work on cross-chain functionality and support for NFT swaps.
Alchemy is an early-stage blockchain startup that builds tools and infrastructure services. Recently, it raised $15 million in a Series A round led by Pantera Capital. Other investors include Stanford University, Coinbase, Samsung, and LinkedIn’s Reid Hoffman. The company aims to build a blockchain-based community.
Alchemy describes itself as the backend technology behind the blockchain industry. The company claims to power more than $30 billion in global transactions, and that it is the backbone of the NFT industry. Its team says it is already powering the ShapeShift exchange.
Alchemy’s mission is to make the blockchain ecosystem more accessible and appealing to developers. Its developer platform aims to remove the complexity of building blockchain infrastructure and give developers the necessary tools to build high-quality blockchain applications. The company currently powers the infrastructure for over one million customers in 200 countries. It is also used by major exchanges and NFT platforms.
New Latin American Cryptocurrency Exchange
Labs Pantera CapitalMcsweeney TheBlock is an exciting new Latin American cryptocurrency exchange, launching a retail platform in Brazil and expanding into the region. The company plans to leverage the success of its retail platform in Brazil to grow its business into other Latin American countries. It has also recently announced that it has been formally recognized by the Financial Superintendence of Colombia as an authorized company.
Bitso was founded in 2014 and claims to have over one million users in Latin America. The company has three main products: the Bitso App, which allows novice users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, Bitso Alpha, a professional-grade crypto trading platform, and Bitso Business, a suite of cross-border products designed to help businesses thrive in the global digital economy.
0x Labs Raised $15 Million in a Series A Round led by Pantera Capital
Labs Pantera CapitalMcsweeney TheBlock, the company behind the 0x exchange protocol, has raised $15 million in a Series A round led by Pantera Capital. The funding will be used to expand the company’s network and platform. The startup already has a Matcha token search service and plans to expand to other blockchains and extend its 0x API service. The company plans to integrate additional chains and expand its infrastructure, which powers ShapeShift.
Pantera has a strong track record in the crypto asset sector. The company has invested over $3 billion into early stage tokens and equity companies. It plans to close its second blockchain fund by May of this year, according to Pantera founder Dan Morehead. The fund focuses on early-stage tokens and venture capital, as well as Web3 firms. Pantera Capital hopes to attract institutional investors to its platform.