Blockchain Monitoring Dashboard Raises $14M From Neotribe, Coinbase Ventures

The funds will be used to expand Metrika’s platform and broaden its customer base.

Sep 21, 2021 at 2:11 p.m. UTC
Updated Sep 21, 2021 at 2:29 p.m. UTC

Josh Fineman is CoinDesk's Senior Wall Street Reporter, covering the intersection of crypto and traditional finance.

Blockchain monitoring firm Metrika has closed a $14 million Series A funding round led by Neotribe Ventures, the company said Tuesday.

  • Other institutional investors include Coinbase Ventures, Samsung NEXT, Nyca Partners and SCB 10X, with additional funding from all previous investors.
  • The latest round brings Metrika’s total funding to $17.7 million, including its previous $3.7 million seed round. The funds will be leveraged to expand the company’s platform and broaden its customer base across numerous industries, according to a statement.
  • Metrika’s tools allow companies to track blockchain metrics and operations via dashboards, reports and real-time alerts in order to monitor network health and manage operational risk, the company said.
  • The firm’s customers include include Algorand, Solana, Dapper Labs (creators of NBA Top Shot), Hedera Hashgraph and Blockdaemon.
  • Metrika was started in 2019 by founders, investors and mentors in the MIT community.



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