The largest investment in the second half of May 2022 is that KaJ Labs completed a $400 million financing through the sale of LITHO Token. KaJ Labs is a decentralized research institution focusing on artificial intelligence and blockchain technology, and its Lithosphere is a next-generation cross-chain application platform powered by AI and deep learning.
The second largest financing was the $300 million financing of Xendit, a Southeast Asian digital payments company.
The last round of over $100 million was a $100 million round from Ethereum Layer 2 developer StarkWare.
The hottest issue in this issue is the investment and financing of encrypted asset security management. In addition to the digital payment platform Xendit, the larger investment and financing also includes Babel Finance, a crypto asset manager, Voyager Digital, a crypto asset broker, Certora, which focuses on digital security analysis, the exchange Gopax operator Streami, and the crypto wallet service provider Coins. .ph.
The second hottest is the public chain sector. In addition to the Layer 2 development company StarkWare, there is an additional investment of $35 million from Oasis, and a $6 million financing from Zecrey, a Layer 2 cross-chain protocol.
In the NFT sector, AFKDAO, an NFT lending platform participated by Hoo Fund, completed a private placement financing of US$3 million. Congratulations to Hoo. In addition, this issue of Hoo also participated in the financing of the blockchain NFT music service platform MeMusic. By the way, NFT is also gradually exerting its strength in the music sector.
Larger financings in the GameFi sector include GameFi platform GEMS, chain game company N3twork Studios, and Web3 AR game startup Jadu.
Larger financings in the DeFi sector include DeFi protocol iZUMi Finance and DAO management platform Common financing.
The most popular financing in the Metaverse sector is the Metaverse App: BUD. It is worth noting that this project is invested by domestic companies such as NetEase.
In the blockchain application sector, the largest financings include the carbon credit trading platform Flowcarbon, the Web3 interactive media company Metatheory, and the fan monetization platform. These projects are led by a16z, a top investment institution.
For investment in other popular sectors, you can view the TOP20 map produced by the Hoo Research Institute below:
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