Chronicled Raises $3.4 Million In Seed Round

Chronicled Raises $3.4 Million In Seed Round

The blockchain-based collectible and vintage sneaker company Chronicled has just announced it has raised $3.4 million USD in a seed funding round. The startup, founded in 2014, has created a team of engineers in Silicon Valley to build a system that tracks the authenticity and movement of this footwear. The investments injected into the business came from the venture capital firms Mandra Capital, Colbeck, and Pantera Capital. Dan Morehead, Partner at Pantera Capital, said of the announcement:


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