Polygon Eyes to Raise $150M via Token Sale: Report
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Polygon, a protocol for building Ethereum-compatible blockchain networks, is reportedly in talks with investors including Sequoia Capital India and Steadview Capital to raise from $50 million to $150 million by selling MATIC tokens, TechCrunch has learned, citing sources close to the matter.

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The potential investors would be able to buy MATIC at a 20% discount on the average price of MATIC in the past month. However, the talks are still in progress, so the terms are subject to change. TechCrunch also says Polygon earlier was requested to pay back money to some investors during a bear cycle.

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