Blockchain Infra Provider Tatum Bags $41.5 to Boost Web3 Apps
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Blockchain infrastructure provider Tatum has raised $41.5 million from a pool of investors, including Evolution Equity Partners, Circle, and the founders of Bitpanda. The company wrote in a blog post that the funding will help it accelerate marketing, educational efforts, and community building.

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Tatum Co-Founder, Jiri Kobelka, said that blockchain has proven "essential to the explosive growth and broad innovation of digital finance and Web 3.0." He added:

"We have revolutionized blockchain application creation by slashing development times from months or years of engineering time down to just days."

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Founded in 2018, Tatum now has over 90,000 customers, with many blockchain applications live and in production environments today. The infrastructure provider supports many blockchain networks, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Solana and others.

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