Kaiko, a company that provides data for cryptocurrency market, raised 5,5 million dollars in an investment round supervised by global financial services investors: Anthemis Group and Point Nine Capital.
Kaiko's success in the investment round
A company specializing in services related to the cryptocurrency market Kaiko, received a powerful financial injection.
In the investment round, apart from the main investors - Anthemis Group and Point Nine Capital, also participated coinshares, ConsenSys, Olymp Capital and business angels Dominique Reiniche i Christophe Chausson.
Kaiko, like many other emerging companies operating in the cryptocurrency industry, will certainly have something to spend on this sum.
We already know that it will definitely be intended, among others to launch new products, hire new, highly qualified employees and open an office in New York.
All of this is designed to better meet the needs of investors, corporate and institutional, in terms of digital asset market data.
The importance of data supply in the digital content markets
According to Kaiko representatives, the importance of data supply to the cryptocurrency market is enormous.
The greater amount of reliable information reaching investors about the assets they trade contributes to a much more efficient functioning of the market.
The benefits of this title will certainly be felt by all its participants, and a greater range of knowledge will allow better use of the potential of digital resources.
The Kaiko company was founded in 2014, and the main object of its activity is to provide necessary data to participants of the digital resources market who turned to technology blockchain.
Data packages offered by Kaiko are dedicated to corporate clients who need continuous access to commercial data, as well as institutional investors who have seen an increase in demand for data deliveries in recent years.
Currently, the company is developing a database dedicated to a new asset class, thanks to which investors will be able to take even more effective actions on nearly 80 exchanges.