Published on July 12th, 2018 | by bitcoin0
Protocol Secures Backing From Pantera, Dcg, 25 Others ‘Wikipedia of Structured Data’
Decentralized structured data startup Dirt Protocol has secured investments from major crypto venture players to build a blockchain platform for reliable data, the company announced July 11.
Contributors to the funding round included well-known crypto industry names such as Pantera Capital and Barry Silbert’s Digital Currency Group, along with Coinbase co-founder Fred Ehrsam.
A total of 15 venture partners and 11 angel investors participated, the startup reports.
This, the company says, will come in a form “similar to Wikipedia” but fully decentralized and without curators.
Last week, decentralized cloud platform DADI launched its mainnet implementation with an eye to increasing the security of hosting services for websites, APIs and apps.