The 11 Biggest Crypto Funding Rounds So Far in 2015

CoinDesk takes a look at the biggest funding rounds in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space that have taken place so far in 2015.

AccessTimeIconSep 24, 2015 at 3:37 p.m. UTC
Updated Sep 11, 2021 at 11:53 a.m. UTC

UPDATE 6th October 12:41: Ripple's cumulative funding to date stands at $41m following Santander InnoVenture's $4m investment in its Series A round.


This month has seen a flurry of funding announcements from various crypto companies, injecting an additional $40m of venture capital to the space.

Blockchain technology startup Chain – the most notable raise of the month so far – closed a $30m funding round with support from companies including Visa.

With bitcoin's total venture capital to date standing at $914.94m and rivalling that of the early internet, CoinDesk has taken a look at the biggest crypto funding rounds that have taken place so far in 2015.

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