Crypto broker Tagomi raised $ 12 million with the participation of Paradigm, Pantera and Multicoin funds
Primary brokerage cryptocurrency service Tagomi raised $ 12 million in its second round of fundraising. The campaign was spearheaded by Paradigm, and other contributors included Pantera Capital, Four Arrows and Multicoin Capital. In total, Tagomi has raised $ 28 million to date.
Tagomi co-founder Jennifer Campbell said the successful closure of this round is “strong evidence” of the viability of the company’s business model..
Tagomi is an “agency service” that is, it provides its clients with consulting services to help them identify the best deal opportunities and choose financing strategies. “It also means that we can optimize order execution – our clients are advanced investors with a focus on close deals and pricing transparency,” Campbell explained..
The company will use the received funding to expand its operational capabilities in order to meet the needs of its clients. Broker services for trading Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies Tagomi launched in December last year.
Peter Thiel’s Founders Fund, among others, took part in Tagomi’s previous round of fundraising in May last year..
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