Pan-African Exchange Yellow Card Raises $15 Million in Latest Funding Round

Pan-African Exchange Yellow Card Raises $15 Million in Latest Funding Round

Yellow Card, an Africa-focused crypto exchange platform, recently announced a capital raise of $15 million from its Series A funding round. The capital raise, which is Yellow Card’s largest, was led by Valar Ventures, Third Prime, and Castle Island Ventures. Square, Coinbase Ventures, and Blockchain.com Ventures also participated in the round. Making Cryptocurrencies Accessible According to the exchange platform’s blog post, part of the funds raised will be used to “ramp up hiring and continue its expansion across the continent.” On the other hand,....


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