Korean crypto funding firm launches $100 million fund for blockchain tasks
Korean crypto investment company launches $100 million fund for blockchain projects
Hashed, one of South Korea’s largest crypto asset fund managers, has raised 120 billion won ($110 million) to fund new blockchain ventures in the so-called “protocol economy.”
The funds were raised via Hashed Ventures Inc., a new entity that will oversee the deployment of the nine-figure investment. The company has yet to disclose its backers, though a spokesman indicated that some of South Korea’s largest IT companies are involved.
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