Buzzmint, the SaaS platform that allows businesses and individuals to ideate, create, and deploy utility-led NFT projects, has secured seed funding from a group of investors, including Ayre Ventures.
Blockchain-as-a-Service company Vaionex Corporation has closed a significant investment round of US$1.23 million with Ayre Ventures, marking its largest funding round to date.
Rad recently launched NFTV, redefining video streaming by combining major content creators and studios with future foundational technologies like web3, blockchain, and virtual and augmented reality (XR).
Blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) platform provider mintBlue has secured €2 million in a round led by Two Hop Ventures, with additional support from a Dutch angel investor and Ayre Ventures.
Satoshi Block Dojo was founded by individuals who together have multiple large business exits totaling over £90 million. As a result, the company has a database of over 3,500 angel investors, 250 family offices and early-stage venture capitals.
Mijem Inc., having recently amalgamated into Mijem Newcomm Tech Inc. and currently trading on the CSE under ticker MJEM, closed a follow-on investment in its RTO concurrent financing with noted technology entrepreneur Calvin Ayre, founder of venture capital firm Ayre Ventures.
BuzzCast delivers a broadcast-quality experience and can scale to support hundreds of thousands of attendees with zero downtime, supporting complex tracks and formats with advanced networking features.
FYX Gaming plans to use capital raised via the current funding round on new hires to grow its infrastructure and boost CryptoFights’ capacity to handle millions of users.
A project that has been over two years in the making, Blarecast harnesses the power of the BSV blockchain—including its efficient micropayments capabilities—to streamline a range of next-generation use cases.