Fireblocks Custody Company Raises $310 Million, Reaches $2 Billion Valuation

Fireblocks Custody Company Raises $310 Million, Reaches $2 Billion Valuation

Fireblocks, a blockchain infrastructure firm, raised $310 million in its most recent funding round, reaching a valuation of $2 billion. The company, which specializes in the custody of digital assets, is interested in bringing traditional assets to the blockchain realm. Fireblocks expects this trend of digitalization to keep growing in the recent future. Fireblocks Raises $310 Million in Series D Funding Round Fireblocks, a custody and blockchain infrastructure company, raised $310 million in its Series D funding round. The new investment took the valuation of the company to $2.2 billion,....


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