Digital Asset Sees IBM & Goldman Sachs Join as Investors, Pushing Funding Beyond $60 Million

Digital Asset Sees IBM & Goldman Sachs Join as Investors, Pushing Funding Beyond $60 Million

Digital Asset Holdings (DAH), the New York firm developing blockchain solutions for the financial services industry has announced two new investors joining its funding round. IBM and Goldman Sachs join 13 other investors with the funding round now scaling beyond $60 million. Digital Asset has announced that Goldman Sachs and IBM are now among the investors in its funding round, with the financing now going beyond $60 million. The newest investors come after in the days following a the announcement recent blockchain trial with its lead investor – JPMogran Chase. Prior to its new investors,....


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