- The amount raised wasn't disclosed.
- The U.K.-based company raised $300 million in March last year at a valuation of $5.2 billion, according to the Bloomberg report. Lightspeed and VY Capital participated in that round.
- In April, Edinburgh-based Baillie Gifford invested $100 million.
- Blockchain said in 2021 it would move its U.S. headquarters to Miami from New York.
- The exchange, founded in 2011, has 37 million verified users, and one-third of bitcoin network transactions are conducted through it, according to its website.
UPDATE (March 31, 14:57 UTC): Adds confirmation from company spokesperson, changes headline.
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