Globe, a worldwide cryptocurrency derivative exchange, has reportedly secured a $3m investment to help it build a suite of new features.
The capital was supplied by Pantera Capital, Y Combinator, Tim Draper and other unnamed investors, according to a report from Coindesk.
Once launched, the company hopes to provide everyone with access to invest into cryptocurrency. Its dashboard provides an overview of the digital asset space, showing information such as price charts, recent trades and order books.
Last year, Pantera Capital invested $2.4m into decentralised finance app InstaDApp. The company offers an autonomous banking portal for emerging blockchain-based protocols to help users make improved decisions about assets.
LunarCRUSH, a social media analytics platform for cryptocurrencies, recently secured a capital injection to support the growth of its team. The company received the capital from Draper Goren Holm and Manutara Ventures.
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