Digital Asset Security Startup Fireblocks Leaves Stealth Mode With $16 Million in Funding

Digital Asset Security Startup Fireblocks Leaves Stealth Mode With $16 Million in Funding
imageCryptocurrency News2 hours ago (Jun 11, 2019 07:23AM ET)

Digital asset cybersecurity startup Fireblocks announced its launch out of stealth mode with $16 million in funding, according to a press release shared with Cointelegraph on June 11.

Per the release, Fireblocks obtained the capital during its Series A funding round from Cyberstarts, Tenaya Capital, EightRoads (Fidelity INTL), Swisscom Ventures and MState. The startup reportedly counts crypto merchant bank Galaxy Digital, over-the-counter digital trading platform Genesis Global Trading and others among its customers, with the company declaring:

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Digital Asset Security Startup Fireblocks Leaves Stealth Mode With $16 Million in Funding

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