A16Z LEADS $45 MILLION RAISE FOR BLOCKCHAIN STARTUP OASIS LABS
Cloud computing startup Oasis Labs has successfully raised $45 million in a private token pre-sale to develop a blockchain platform aimed to rival Amazon Web Services. The sale, led by Andreessen Horowitz’s new A16z crypto fund, saw Accel, Binance, Pantera, Polychain, Metastable, Foundation Capital, Electric Capital, DCVC and Coinbase co-founder Fred Ehrsam all contribute, according to a press release. Most notably, this was A16z’s first investment since completing its $300 million raise last month, Oasis CEO Dawn Song told CoinDesk. Reed more on the website – Coindesk.
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