Lukka, a crypto asset software and data provider, has closed its Series C funding round to deepen its product suite.
This investment was led by State Street Corporation, with participation also coming from S&P Global and CPA.com.
The amount of funds raised in the round was not disclosed.
With the fresh equity, the company plans to expand its institutional grade software and data products to traditional businesses and funds as they adopt crypto assets into their businesses and portfolios.
Founded in 2014, the company claims to transform blockchain and crypto asset data into easy-to-use information so businesses can support traditional middle and back-office operations.
Its platform is used by digital asset exchanges, trading desks, CPA and accounting firms, fund and financial auditors, fund administrators, miners, protocols, individuals, and more.
Lukka CEO Robert Materazzi said, “We are excited to include three of Lukka’s strategic partners in our Series C. These partnerships continue to emphasize how important crypto assets have become to traditional financial services.
“Lukka has focused on building solutions with high standards that scale to the requirements of financial institutions and data providers. Our strategic partners, such as State Street, S&P Global, and CPA.com all play critical roles in the financial ecosystem that Lukka is proud to support.”
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