This article directly stems from the research process for our global venture capital investors database. Based on this list and our advanced keyword crawler technology, we created a list of venture capital investors that mention crypto-related keywords on their website. The list – offered as an Excel file – is perfectly suited to get in touch with the most relevant investors in the field.
Crypto currencies have received a lot of attention in the past years. Consequently, the awareness and enthusiasm of new opportunities to participate in the financial system is increasing. This article offers an insight into three interesting startup investors in the U.S. from our keyword crawler based global crypto investor list.
1. Chapter One (Los Angeles)
Chapter One is an early-stage seed investment fund founded by Jeff Morris Jr. in 2017 that focuses on the web3 technology. Some of the interesting companies Chapter One funds are: Syndicate, who are on a mission to develop accessible, effortless, and social web3 technologies to change the way communities and capital interact, MoonPay, who developed an opportunity to buy and sell crypto fast, and Jam, a crypto wallet that allows users to trade tokens and NFTs with friends.
2. Arrington Capital (Seattle)
With a total of over 600 crypto-related keywords on their website, Arrington Capital is one of the leading companies investing in digital assets and web3 technology. Recently one of their portfolio companies Moonwell was launched, an open lending and borrowing decentralized finance protocol. An additional portfolio company is Prime Protocol, for example. This company focuses on decentralized and cross-chain prime brokerages.
3. Block Ventures (Los Angeles)
Block Ventures is a blockchain technology focused venture capital investment company with their headquarters in Los Angeles. They are looking to support founders of early-stage companies across all regions and sectors, including initial coin offerings, cryptocurrency and dApps. The company has invested in blockchain and crypto assets since 2013 and their portfolio includes more than 25 assets in the blockchain technology sector. One of the companies Block Venture has funded is Fusion, an interoperable system for financial innovations. Another example is Raiden, a network to transfer tokens for Ethereum.
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