Cryptocurrency online broker and trading platform Tagomi Holdings raised $12 million in latest round of financing. Among investors — Fund Paradigm, supported by Yale University and venture company Pantera Capital. The round was open to Tagomi, said in a press release.
Company of new York released its first public product in December 2018, and the total amount of attracted funding amounted to $28 million.
Tagomi is aimed at experienced investors in digital assets, including bitcoin and Ethereum. The company offers three main product lines: the interface of portfolio management for long-term investors, extended trading terminal for active traders and API for different types of program trading.
Attracted funding Tagomi plans to use for expansion of activities, “to scale with the needs of customers.”
“We are honored that customers voted with their feet, and we share their delight at the progress made Tagomi in improving the execution of transactions, transparency and reduce transaction costs in the space of digital assets,” said CEO Greg Tusar (Greg Tusar).
We will remind that earlier funding Tagomi took part venture capital Fund Founders Fund, owned by PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel (Peter Thiel).