Pantera Capital and Arrington XRP Capital lead $5.8M Unbound Finance raise



Cryptocurrency asset managers Pantera Capital and Arrington XRP Capital have co-led a $5.8 million non-public funding spherical for Unbound Finance, an up-and-coming DeFi treasury protocol for pooled tokens. 

The funds will probably be used to additional develop Unbound Finance’s cross-chain stablecoin platform, together with the event of native bridges for fast transfers between its native UNB stablecoin and different artificial belongings, the corporate introduced Wednesday.

Unbound Finance operates a so-called “liquidation-free collateralization platform,” which, because the title suggests, permits customers to acquire interest-free loans towards collateralized tokens.

Automated market makers are “DeFi’s Zero to One Innovation and we’re constructing the aggregator layer to allow better yields [and] capital effectivity for our customers,” stated Tarun Jaswani, CEO and Founding father of Unbound Finance.

There are some critical backers behind Unbound Finance’s $5.8 million elevate. Along with Pantera Capital and Michael Arrington’s XRP Capital, the mission obtained direct funding from Hashed, Coin98 Ventures, LedgerPrime, CMS Holdings and plenty of others. Over a dozen angel buyers additionally participated within the elevate, together with the founders of Angelist, Enjin, Gnosis, Kyber Community, Polygon, Concord, Polkastarter and others.

Pantera CEO Dan Morehead commented on the affect Unbound Finance might have on the budding DeFi business:

“Unbound has nice potential to play a lead position within the DeFi house by specializing in liquidity pool tokens. We’re excited to assist the Unbound staff as they construct the important thing instruments to capitalize upon this untouched a part of the DeFi ecosystem.”

A punishing reversal for digital asset markets over the previous six weeks hasn’t prevented enterprise corporations from backing promising tasks, particularly within the DeFi house. As Cointelegraph reported, crypto- and blockchain-based firms are seeking massive valuations following a number of extremely profitable non-public funding rounds.

In the meantime, the blockchain improvement arm behind Solana introduced Tuesday that it had raised another $314.15 million from mega buyers together with Andreessen Horowitz and Polychain Capital.