Pantera Capital Leads $3.5m Investment In Bitcoin Microtransaction Service Changetip

Pantera Capital Leads $3.5m Investment In Bitcoin Microtransaction Service Changetip

What is Changetip. Source: www.changetip.com. The Bitcoin investment firm Pantera Capital announced today that it was participating in the Series A funding round for Changetip. The funding round is worth $3.5 million and is expected to boost the potential of the tip platform company which has already strongly entered the future playground for Bitcoin: online micropayments. In both a twitter post and a reddit comment (discussion), Pantera Capital announced its leading of the Series A funding round for the tip platform company Changetip. Changetip is a platform that promises to tap the....


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