COINBASE CO-FOUNDER BACKS BLOCKCHAIN STARTUP’S $3 MILLION SEED ROUND
A startup that is developing a protocol based on the ethereum blockchain to allow users to validate information across different datasets has raised $3 million in seed funding. Called DIRT, the San Francisco-based company said Wednesday that notable investment firms taking part in the round include Digital Currency Group, Pantera Capital, China-based Zhenfund and InBlockchain. Individual investors such as Linda Xie and Coinbase co-founder Fred Ersham also participated. Reed more on the website – CoinDesk.
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