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Top VC-financed blockchain startups
Startup name
Total Most recent raised round
$217 2M $100M Series D in August 2017
$136 0M 0M $60M Series D in May 2016
$55M Series A in $126 0M February 2016
$121 0M $116M Series B in March 2015
$93 6M Undisclosed Venture in June
2017
$90 0M 0M $30M Venture in January 2017
$67 2M 2M $7 2M 2M Venture in June
2016
$44 3M $24M Series B in March 2017
$43 7M $30M Series C in September 2015
$20M Series A in $40 0M 0M July 2014
Prominent investors
Institutional Venture Partners Bank Of Tokyo Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ) Andreessen Horowitz Digital Currency Group Blockchain Capital
IDG Capital
Capital
Partners Goldman Sachs Breyer Capital
Capital
Accel Partners Baidu
AXA Strategic Ventures Digital Garage Horizons Ventures Ventures Ventures Khosla Ventures Ventures Ventures Real Ventures Ventures Ventures Reid Hoffman
Andreessen Horowitz RRE Ventures Qualcomm Ventures Ventures Khosla Ventures Ventures Pantera Capital
"SBI Investment Santander InnoVentures IDG Capital
Partners Core Innovation Capital
Capital
Blockchain Capital
Capital
Digital Currency Group Andreessen Horowitz"
Credit China FinTech Holdings Bill Tai Blockchain Capital
Capital
DRW Venture Venture Capital
Capital
QueensBridge Venture Venture Partners Goldman Sachs JP Morgan IBM Ventures Citigroup Accenture CME Ventures NAB Ventures Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Pantera Capital
RRE Ventures Ventures Khosla Ventures Ventures Digital Currency Group Citi Ventures Blockchain Capital
500 Startups
Greylock Partners Index Ventures Benchmark Fortress Investment Group Ribbit Capital
Pantera Capital
firms come from the U S and are backed by financial institutions VC investors
are are still wary of investment in in in this area and therefore the the largest and most promising companies benefit from huge investments while smaller companies have difficulty convincing VC investors
to to invest invest in in in in in them VCs have yet to see return from their investments since M&As remain low in in in this relatively young sector But in in in terms of risk levels blockchain companies have a a a a low bankruptcy rate 61
their tokens into cryptocurrencies which can easily be exchanged for fiat currency High-growth potential: Investing in in in blockchain technologies whose purpose is to fundamentally change various industries can lead to enormous gains The top 10 VC-backed companies raised 59% of the total VC funding All of them are U S - - and Canada- based companies \focused bitcoin This is is indicative
of of the the general trend: 50% of of the the blockchain VC-backed Global market 























































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