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For further information, please email [email protected] This is a paid press release. Not only has the number of venture deals been rising, but so has their size. Likewise, in Ripple was among the first cryptocurrency companies to receive venture funding. Though there are more than a hundred venture capital funds actively investing in the blockchain, there are several dozens that play an outsized role.
The 50 top venture funds in the space invested nearly half a billion dollars in blockchain in and are on pace to more than double that amount in There are essentially two key types of venture investors in blockchain and cryptocurrency companies:. The first type consists of traditional venture funds, many specializing in technology startups that have added a handful of blockchain companies to their portfolios.
Some examples include multi-billion dollar venture funds like Sequoia Capital and Andreessen Horowitz. Sequoia has largely invested indirectly via investments in cryptocurrency hedge funds like Polychain Capital and Metastable Capital. Andreessen Horowitz made early investments in Ripple and Coinbase in and has continued to invest in more than a dozen other blockchain companies. But for most of these funds, blockchain investments remain a relatively small component of their investment funds.
The other key type of venture funds is those dedicated exclusively to cryptocurrency and blockchain investments. These funds invest only in blockchain and cryptocurrency companies. And they do a lot of it. Digital Currency Group, for example, has made nearly 60, mostly seed-stage, investments in blockchain companies since they started in As discussed earlier, Digital Currency Group has been an extremely influential investor in blockchain since They began with an investment of less than a million in crypto payment processor BitPay.
They were also early investors in two of the most prominent success stories: Coinbase and Ripple. Their name refers to digital assets, a broad term encompassing cryptocurrencies and investments in blockchain companies and similar assets. Like Digital Currency Group, Pantera Capital invests exclusively in blockchain and cryptocurrency companies. Technically, Pantera bills itself as an investment firm and hedge fund, but much of their investment has come via providing venture-style seed funding to blockchain companies.
Pantera was an early investor in Ripple and has since made over 30 venture investments in the space. They have also invested in several initial coin offerings ICOs. ICOs are similar to initial public offerings except that rather than issue stock certificates, companies sell equity via tokens which grant the buyer a stake in the company. Number three on the list is Blockchain Capital.
As their name implies, they are another venture fund exclusively investing in blockchain and related companies. Blockchain Capital began investing in the space in late and has since invested in more than three dozen blockchain companies.
While only a small portion of this is invested in blockchain and crypto startups, they have made more than their share of investments. Their recent decision to start a fund dedicated exclusively to digital assets puts them in a position to be among the most influential venture investors in the space for years to come. For one, they are the first venture fund on this list headquartered outside the US. Another thing that differentiates Node from many of the funds on this list, is their tendency to invest in ICOs rather than via seed or early-stage funding.
While Boost VC also invests in artificial intelligence and virtual reality, they are largely focused on the blockchain. More an accelerator than a traditional venture firm, Boost has made dozens of, mostly small, investments in companies like Ledger, Coinbase and Libra Credit Network. Boost VC has the serious pedigree, having been co-founded by Adam Draper, son of legendary venture capitalist and blockchain investor Tim Draper.
Like Andreessen Horowitz, IDG Capital is a multi-billion dollar venture capital firm investing in a variety of startups. However, they have been relatively active in the blockchain. He also is the founder of Draper University, an entrepreneurship program based in Silicon Valley.
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