Labs 15M Pantera TheBlock, a decentralized exchange infrastructure and 0x exchange protocol, recently raised $15 million in a Series A round led by Pantera Capital. The funding will go towards building out the product and adding support for new blockchains. The company also plans to add more features and support for NFT swaps.
Alphabet’s Pantera Capital
A new investment round led by Alphabet’s Labs 15M Pantera TheBlock has given Pantera TheBlock the funds to expand globally and build its aggregation platform. The funding will also enable the company to build an API that powers popular exchange applications. In addition, the startup plans to launch a trading desk. The company has previously raised $11 million in seed funding. Its services have been used by hedge funds and other large financial firms.
Labs 15M Pantera TheBlock has raised $15 million from Pantera Capital to further develop its platform. With this money, the startup plans to launch its newest product and expand its service to hedge funds. It also plans to develop its own blockchain optimized for financial applications. It has also recently partnered with Jump Crypto to diversify its ecosystem.
Building a Decentralized Exchange Infrastructure
Labs 15M Pantera TheBlock is a fintech startup that is building a decentralized exchange infrastructure. Its technology is based on the 0x exchange protocol. The protocol allows peer-to-peer trading on blockchains. Its decentralized, open source design makes it easier to build financial applications on top of it.
Pantera Capital’s investment comes at a crucial time in the development of the decentralized exchange protocol. The startup plans to use the funds to expand globally, expand its team and infrastructure, and introduce new features. The funding will also help the company launch a trading desk and develop its open-source protocol.
Potential of Digital Currency
Labs 15M Pantera TheBlock is a big name in the crypto space and has made significant investments in many of the leading companies. The company’s portfolio includes Balancer, Pantera Exchange, and Pantera Labs. The company has been vocal about the potential of digital currency, and recently predicted that Bitcoin will reach $170 in September 2020. In the near future, Pantera plans to launch a professional aggregation service and expand globally.
The funding rounds are the first steps in Pantera TheBlock’s global expansion plans. The company is focused on expanding its aggregation platform, building an API for popular exchange applications, and launching a trading desk. It previously raised $11 million in a seed round led by Alphabet. The startup has already partnered with a number of hedge funds and financial services firms. With this latest round, Pantera hopes to attract larger firms and institutions to use its platform.
New Markets Globally
The company is also pursuing new markets globally, including the hedge fund community. It plans to expand its Matcha product to include an aggregation service and a trading desk. It will also continue to develop its open API, so it can reach a wider audience.
Pantera Capital’s new investment in 0x Labs will help it build a decentralized exchange protocol. 0x Labs’ technology will enable developers to integrate exchange functionality into their apps, allowing them to be used worldwide. The decentralized exchange protocol also offers many features to developers.
The latest funding round led by Pantera Capital will allow the startup to expand its network and add support for more blockchains. This will also help it expand its Matcha product, which aggregates liquidity across multiple DEXs. And because the technology is open source, it will be easier to integrate into financial applications.
Blockchain-Focused Investment Firm
Pantera CapitalMcSweeney, a blockchain-focused investment firm, led the company’s Series A round. Pantera CapitalMcSweeney intends to use the funds for its product development and a global expansion strategy. For the time being, the investment firm is focusing on developing decentralized products, which will eventually be integrated into the mainstream economy.
Larger Financial Services Firms
The company has previously raised $11 million in seed funding to help with its growth. It will use the money to expand its ecosystem and expand its services for larger financial services firms. It plans to offer its services to hedge funds and large financial institutions, as well as launching a trading platform.
Future of Enterprise Block Chain
Despite this success, the future of enterprise blockchain is still a long way off. Although many blockchain projects have received millions of dollars in funding, the majority of these funds have yet to materialize. And as a result, there are a number of risks associated with the technology. One of the risks is that a decentralized network may be subject to government regulation.
A new round of funding from Panther Labs will allow Pantera TheBlock to expand its global presence and develop intelligent features. It will also build an API that will power popular exchange applications. The startup previously raised $11 million in a seed round led by Alphabet. It already has partnerships with hedge funds and large financial services firms.
Pantera TheBlock is a blockchain startup that partnered with Injective Labs to develop a blockchain optimized for financial applications. The company is raising $100 million in a new blockchain fund, and plans to close its second round before the end of May. It has invested in more than 24 companies so far.
Institutional Asset Manager
Pantera Capital is an institutional asset manager focused on the blockchain industry. The company offers five funds that invest in venture capital, early-stage tokens, and liquid tokens. To invest in the fund, you must invest a minimum of $1 million. One of the companies Pantera will invest in is 0x Protocol. The company’s protocol powers the NFT marketplace on Coinbase, and it hopes to expand its global reach with this funding.
TheBlock has raised $15 million from Pantera Capital, which will be used to build out its platform and aggregation API. The funding will also allow it to expand its service to financial institutions. It is also developing an application that will connect lenders and borrowers. Its platform will support ERC20 and NFT tokens.
Pantera’s investment comes at a crucial time in the development of a decentralized exchange protocol. The funding will help the company expand globally and expand their team and infrastructure. It will also enable them to add support for more blockchains. The funds raised will help the company add more features to its platform, including a trading desk.
Injective Labs has secured a $15 million funding round from Pantera Capital, the cryptocurrency fund that has been active in the decentralized finance space. The firm believes it has a promising product and is preparing to launch its mainnet and launch a new token in 2020.
Fintech Startup Expand Globally
The funding will help the fintech startup expand globally. It plans to expand its aggregation platform, build an API for popular exchange applications, and launch its own trading desk. The company previously raised $11 million in a seed round led by Alphabet and is already partnering with hedge funds and other large financial services firms.
The company plans to use the funds to build its protocol, and to address key scalability and liquidity problems that plague decentralized exchanges. The money will also help with international marketing. Its goal is to launch its mainnet in the third or fourth quarter of 2020 and to issue a native token around that time.
Pantera’s investment comes at a critical time for the decentralized exchange protocol. The money will help the startup build its products and add support for additional blockchains. Pantera also plans to expand internationally and develop an API. The funding will allow the company to grow its team and expand its services.