Make A list of companies that the NEM Business Development should collaborate
A list of companies that the NEM Business Development team should collaborate with
2016, San Francisco USA
Cryptocurrency startup Harbor is involved in tokening securities using blockchain The focus of the company is largely on equity and startups, however, they have also looked into tokenising real estate, investment funds and even pieces of fine art.
Last Round: $68 million, April 2018.
2. Dapper Labs
Gaming company that develops games powered by cryptocurrency. Not only it is developing games, but it also playing a vital role to make blockchain a reality. Currently, only a few people – gamers, innovators, and early adopters – are tinkering with the blockchain.
Investors: Andreessen Horowitz
Last Round: $38.9M, 2020
2017, Sofia, Bulgaria
Building a blockchain solution for startups and corporate businesses, with a portfolio of services including blockchain development, smart contracts, ICO and crowd sale.
Investor: Procter & Gamble, Raiffeisenbank and Vaultitude
2015, London (United Kingdom)
Aims to act as a foundation for the safe adoption of blockchain by all actors in the economy, including traditional financial institutions, governments, regulators as well as ordinary citizens.
Last round: €5 million, 2020
Providing a global financial passport to its clients. The Swiss fintech
Last round: €2.3 million, 2020
2017 , New York City (United States)
Crypto-assets collateralized fiat loans
Investors: Valar Ventures, Akuna Capital + 22 more
Last round: USD 38M, Series B, Feb 2020
2017 , Sunnyvale (United States)
Decentralized platform for the deployment of dApps
Investors: Electric Capital, ZhenFund + 20 more
Last round: USD 50M, Series B, Feb 2019
2015 , San Francisco (United States)
Mobile only crypto wallet
Investors: SBI Holdings, East Ventures + 1 more
Last round: USD 15M, Series B, Jan 2019
Founded in 2017 Vilnius, Lithuania.
Aim is to integrate traditional and crypto economies into one platform that offers crypto-friendly financial services to companies and individuals around the globe
Last Round: February 2018, €100 million on ICO
2016 in Berlin
The first company in the world to digitalize its equity and conduct an ETO – or Equity Public Offering. FTH tokens (Force)
Last Round: 2020, € 18 million
2018 , Seoul (South Korea)
Decentralized financial infrastructure for payments
Investors: HashKey, LuneX + 16 more
Last round: Seed, Aug 2019