Blockchain data startup Tierion has raised $1m in seed funding from several of the industry’s leading venture capital firms.
The UK government has awarded £248k to a startup that is building a cross-border payments tool using Ethereum.
In this opinion piece, Freemit CEO John Biggs takes aim at what he argues are out-of-touch big banks and timid FinTech investors.
An Ethereum startup founded by one of the blockchain project’s founders has raised $750,000.
Beijing-based mining giant Bitmain has invested $1.6m in bitcoin data and trading services provider BitKan.
Bitwala has raised €800,000 (about $910,000) to expand its online bitcoin payment service.
A platform for developing enterprise blockchain applications has raised €600,000 in seed funding.
A comparison of bitcoin investment to gold investment lead investment bank, Needham, to price the cryptocurrency at more than 50% its current value.
MIT has raised $900,000 to continue funding the work of developers on the open-source bitcoin network.
As investment in FinTech continues to rise, investors are becoming more selective with startups, including those focused on bitcoin and blockchain.