After the astounding implementation of 2021, the NFT industry continues to grow rapidly, attracting more professional and institutional players. Riding on the hype is Metaversal, an NFT-focused venture studio, which has secured $ 50 million in a Series A round.
Secured $ 50 Million Investment
According to the people concerned Blog postThe investment round was backed by blockchain investment firm CoinFund and research-intensive investment firm Foxhaven Asset Management.
In addition to the two entities, Metaversal’s funding round also saw participation from other major managed funds. These include Franklin Templeton, Rarible Collab + Currency, Dapper Labs, Digital Currency Group (DCG), NGC Ventures, Rockaway Blockchain Fund, Narwhal Ventures, Galaxy Vision Hill, and Synthetix founder Kain Warwick.
Metaversal has revealed that the newly raised capital will be deployed to fund the further acquisition of irreplaceable tokens for the company’s growing portfolio. We also want to undertake important businesses focused on building an open metaverse and support venture studio projects.
Following development, Metaversal’s president and co-founder, Dan Schmerin, described the latest capital score and plans for expansion for the year:
“Our team continues to focus on execution, and this important funding milestone will significantly expand Metaversal’s curation and investment capabilities in 2022. We are in front of us. We are very excited about the series of investment opportunities and the wide range of collaborations currently underway. With the world’s most famous brands and creators. “
Metaversal investment vehicle
For beginners, Metaversal is a relatively new platform founded in 2021 by Yossi Hasson and Dan Schmerin. In June of the same year, CoinFund, an active player in the NFT sector, was a development studio for other NFT companies as well as investors betting on the entire space.
Less than a year after its inception, the company has invested capital in technology startups such as Solana-based NFT storefront Holaplex, media organization NFT Now, and cannabis-only company FAR Tech Ventures. It also revealed an investment in the Tezos ecosystem. The non-fungible token company is Constitution DAO’s first institutional investor and has acquired over 750 NFTs to date.