VC firm Borderless Capital floats $25M blockchain fund in Miami

VC firm Borderless Capital floats $25M blockchain fund in Miami

The $25 million fund will be used to support Miami-based blockchain startups developing digital payment solutions on the Algorand network. Borderless Capital’s support for Algorand-based development has taken another incremental turn with the venture capital firm launching a new $25 million fund in Miami.In an announcement on Wednesday, the investment firm stated that the $25 million fund will focus on supporting blockchain startups in the city of Miami.Dubbed the Borderless.Miami Fund, the VC firm is joined by stablecoin issuer Circle to foster the growth of digital payment and digital....


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