British startup Improbable has raised $150 million to build the M² network of interoperable metaverses.
As reported by the company through an announcement, the funding round, which was led by Andreessen Horowitz and SoftBank Vision Fund 2, has also seen the participation of Mirana, Digital Currency Group, CMT, SIG and Ethereal Ventures.
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Recall that Improbable helps various platforms implement Web 3.0 elements and launch metaverses based on proprietary solutions.
According to the startup's official blog:
"The M² network will combine Improbable Morpheus technology with new services designed to support interoperability, commerce in digital assets and governance in Web3."
The Kingdom metaverse has recently raised $3.6 million from Alameda Research and other investors.
For almost 10 years, Improbable has been developing a technology that enables ever greater complexity in virtual worlds. In particular, the company provides multiplayer services to more than 60 global publishers.