Funderbeam: Generating Startup Funding Using Blockchain Technology

Funderbeam: Generating Startup Funding Using Blockchain Technology

Funderbeam, which is a company based in Estonia, is aiming to build a marketplace for startups using blockchain technology. The company was founded in 2013 and has been operating a service that allows investors to fund European startups. Just recently, Funderbeam announced that they would be coming up with an intelligence service that could give investors more information about these startups and create a marketplace for equity. Blockchain Technology Funding. The company has noted the emerging need from investors to buy and sell equity. However, an increasing amount of venture capital is....


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