Coinweb.io Closes Investment From, and Strategic Partnership with Venture Capital Firm, Dutch Crypto Investors (“DCI”)
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(Hong Kong, 6th December) Coinweb has secured another Strategic Partnership with Venture Capital firm, Dutch Crypto Investors, one of the leading VCs within the Metaverse, Gaming & DeFi sector. DCI utilizes its network and communities to support projects in reaching their maximum potential within these sectors.
Having invested in the latest strategic round, DCI will be lending its hand in educating and spreading awareness on Coinweb’s technology through their community and social media. Coinweb will also be amongst the first few projects that will be featured on DCI’s AMA, further expanding Coinweb’s audience reach.
“With our extensive network, we will help Coinweb with generating awareness and onboarding users/retail investors in the EU, SEA, and Turkey, whilst also supporting them with obtaining new partnerships” in a statement by DCI.
“It has been a delight to partner up with DCI, as they have been assisting in the scale-up process of over 300 blockchain-based startups. We look forward to leveraging their strong presence in various territories and welcoming their invaluable advice,” said Anton Roos of Coinweb.
About DCI Capital:
DCI Capital a team consisting of highly skilled individuals who have been immensely involved in the crypto space for years. Aiming to promote, educate and inspire crypto enthusiasts, DCI helps start-ups get off the ground with initial funding, marketing, and strategic partnerships. With a strong and experienced team of professionals, DCI has achieved funding for over 300 disruptive crypto start-ups and continues to do so.
Coinweb.io is a layer-2 cross-chain computation platform that began its journey in mid-2017. With an impressive line-up of team members and a board of advisors from the worlds of traditional technology, business, and blockchain, Coinweb believes they are solving some of the most critical problems that exist within distributed ledger technology today.