Browsing the "Venture Capital" Tag

Peter Thiel

EOS Startup Block.One Is Using Its Billions to Buy Back More Equity

| Brady Dale

Block.one is buying back more equity from early investors. Some – but not the most famous ones – made 6,500 percent on the last buyback.

BitGo Co-Founder and Facebook Alum Joins Blockchain Capital

| Brady Dale

Crypto entrepreneur and investor Ben Davenport is joining Blockchain Capital as a venture partner.

Brave Browser to Raise Over $30 Million in Series A Equity Round: Sources

| Brady Dale

Privacy-centric web browser Brave is raising a Series A round at a valuation of roughly $133 million, sources tell CoinDesk.

Staking-as-a-Service Startup Raises $2 Million From DHVC, Plug and Play

| Wolfie Zhao

New funding for InfStones, a node operator currently staking over $450 million worth of EOS, will fuel hiring and an expansion into more PoS networks.

Gupta Out at ConsenSys Ventures in Shake-Up at Ethereum Startup

| Leigh Cuen

Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin is reorganizing his Brooklyn-based firm ConsenSys with a new approach to venture backing.

Consensys lanyards, accounging consortium

ConsenSys Pitch Deck Forecasts $100 Million Burn Rate for 2019

| Brady Dale

A ConsenSys pitch deck obtained by CoinDesk details how the ethereum venture studio is courting outside investment.

ConsenSys HQ

ConsenSys Is Seeking $200 Million in New Funding: Report

| Leigh Cuen

Ethereum co-founder Joe Lubin is seeking external investment in his Brooklyn-based conglomerate.

Bain Capital and Ripple’s Xpring Invest in DeFi Founder’s ‘Scout Fund’

| Brady Dale

With a million dollars from Bain Capital and Ripple's VC arm, Robert Leshner is making small bets on early-stage crypto entrepreneurs.

Coinbase, Paradigm Invest $15 Million in Startup Behind Disappearing Blockchain

| Brady Dale

Made by the startup O(1) Labs, the lightweight Coda protocol is adding more big-name investors to its cap table.

New $50 Million Fund Makes First Investment in Blockchain ID Startup

| Yogita Khatri

A new $50 million VC fund set up by Nasdaq-listed company Okta has invested in its first startup, blockchain identity project Trusted Key.