CryptoQuant Parent Raises $6.5M Round Led by Atinum Investment

The latest round brings the company's total capital raise to $9 million.

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Data analytics platform CryptoQuant announced that its parent company, Team Blackbird, has closed a $6.5 million Series A led by South Korea-based Atinum Investment.

"Digital assets are considered particularly risky speculative assets due to the difficulty in finding reliable information and engaging in speculative investments without data analysis," Joo Gi-Young, CEO of Team Blackbird, said in a press release. "CryptoQuant’s main value lies in proving that it is possible to redefine investment methodologies for digital assets and establish criteria for evaluating asset value based on accurate data."

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  • The company said it plans to use the proceeds to recruit for both its South Korea and international operations.

    The Series A brings the company’s total capital raise to $9 million, with previous investment from Galaxy Interactive and Mirae Asset Capital.

    Edited by Parikshit Mishra.

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