-The blockchain sector has seen an acceleration of value creation in the first half 2021
-There are now 24 blockchain enterprises and 76 crypto projects worth more than $1bn each
-These figures exclude recent public listings. There are now 12 pureplay public blockchain companies
-Blockchain Coinvestors is an investor in 58% of blockchain enterprise unicorns and 38% of crypto project unicorns
Blockchain Coinvestors, a leading blockchain venture fund-of-funds and co-investment program with a combined portfolio of more than 300 blockchain enterprises and crypto projects, including 30+ blockchain unicorns, announced its midyear 2021 list of blockchain unicorns – private blockchain enterprises and crypto projects with valuations exceeding $1 billion.
“The first half of 2021 has seen an acceleration of value creation in the blockchain space, including the maturation of blockchain companies some of which are now ready to be public companies either through traditional IPOs or SPAC demergers,” said Alison Davis co-founder and Managing Partner of Blockchain Coinvestors.
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Blockchain Coinvestors uses its proprietary combined portfolio of blockchain companies resulting from its first three blockchain venture funds of funds to track the emerging unicorns of the space. For the crypto project valuations, Blockchain Coinvestors relies upon CoinStats for its data.
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“It is exciting to see so many hardworking blockchain teams seeing their work being rewarded in this data,” said Matthew C. Le Merle, co-founder and Managing Partner. “We are very proud to have supported so many of them with capital, and we are working hard to find ways to support the blockchain companies and projects in their future growth and development – expect more news from us this summer.”
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