Block26 Venture Capital Platform to Fund Blockchain Startups

Block26 Venture Capital Platform to Fund Blockchain Startups

A new venture platform called Block26 was recently launched in Los Angeles to fund blockchain startups. The group shared their plans to invest in companies that are pursuing applications based on blockchain, which is the public ledger of bitcoin transactions. The platform is led by Principals and Co-Founders Ni'coel Stark and Pedram Hasid and backed by Lakeshore Capital among others. It will provide capital, talent, and other resources to incubate a portfolio of startups in the bitcoin space. Blockchain Startups Potential. "We are launching Block26 to provide the bitcoin community with....


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