CMCC Global Raises $100 Million in Funding to Foster Asian Blockchain Start-ups
Hong Kong’s cryptocurrency-focused venture capital firm, CMCC Global, today successfully secured $100 million in its inaugural round of funding for its newly established Titan Fund, as reported by the South China Morning Post. The fund aims to bolster early-stage blockchain startups, particularly those based in Hong Kong.
Key players such as Yingke Group, Winklevoss Capital, Jebsen Capital, and an impressive roster of over 30 other investors have thrown their weight behind the Titan Fund, showcasing their confidence in CMCC Global’s vision and the potential of blockchain technology.
Having been an early backer of @animocabrands, we are thrilled to continue supporting @ysiu and the team as they develop the Mocaverse, a project set to unify their 450+ portfolio companies and over 700 million addressable users 🚀🚀 https://t.co/bc3BQRICYZ— CMCC Global (@CMCC_Global) September 11, 2023
This isn’t CMCC Global’s maiden voyage into the investment realm. The Titan Fund marks the firm’s fourth fund launch. Demonstrating their knack for identifying emerging trends in the blockchain sector, CMCC Global was also one of the major investors in Mocaverse, an NFT project initiated by Animoca Brands just last year.
Earlier in May, CMCC Global had revealed its plans to introduce a $100 million fund dedicated to infusing capital into startups pivoting towards blockchain-centric projects. The successful completion of this round underscores both the growing interest in blockchain ventures and CMCC Global’s rising prominence as a key stakeholder in the blockchain startup ecosystem.
Diving deeper into CMCC’s strategy, three focal points emerge: infrastructure, fintech, and consumer.
These pillars, according to co-founder Charlie Morris, are the engines propelling the digital assets world into the future. CMCC Global’s previous endeavors have always mirrored this trifecta of interests, ensuring they’re not only capitalizing on immediate opportunities but also laying the groundwork for a digital future.
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