QuickNode, a blockchain infrastructure provider, has announced it raised $35 million in Series A funding round led by Tiger Global.
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In a press release, the company says other investors such as Alexis Ohanian's Seven Seven Six, Soma Capital, Arrington XRP Capital, Crossbeam and Anthony Pompliano also participated in the funding.
QuickNode plans to use the proceeds to expand support for new blockchains and tools. Alex Nabutovsky, Co-founder of QuickNode, claims the company is seeing "businesses from all verticals looking at blockchain enabled software roll out in 2022 and beyond."
Currently, the service supports 10 blockchain networks, including Ethereum, Bitcoin, Solana, xDai, Matic/Polygon, Binance Smart Chain, and others. QuickNode also says it serves more than 70 billion requests per month.
Earlier in October, Mastercard announced it would allow thousands of financial institutions on its payments network to integrate cryptocurrency-related product. The payment giant has entered into a partnership with Bakkt, according to executives at the two companies.
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