Goldman Sachs Leads Coin Metrics $ 15 Million Financing

The Goldman Sachs Group has called on US-based employees to return to work by mid-June and UK-based employees by mid-July.

In March, CEO David Solomon said he wanted employees around the world to resume working at work by the summer.

Goldman Sachs Leads Coin Metrics $ 15 Million Financing.

In addition to Goldman Sachs, Castle Island Ventures. Cryptocurrency analysis Coin Metrics announced on Wednesday that it has raised $ 15 million in a funding round led by Goldman Sachs.

Highland Capital Partners, Fidelity Investments, Avon Ventures, Communitas Capital, Collaboration + Currency and others will “accelerate the global expansion of coin metrics,” according to the announcement. We invested for the purpose.

Coinmetrics co-founder Nick Carter said the funding could be “significantly validated” to provide data to institutional investors.

Since the beginning of this year, Goldman Sachs has become active in the cryptocurrency industry. In April, in a memo for investors, we picked up 19 US stocks that are closely related to cryptocurrencies and blockchain. It is also reported that it is preparing to make multiple virtual currencies such as Bitcoin available to customers in the second quarter of this year.

Coin Metrics, a crypto asset (cryptocurrency) and blockchain data analysis company, reported on the 6th that a series B investment round led by financial giant Goldman Sachs has been completed. It succeeded in raising funds worth 15 million dollars

Goldman Sachs is a global megabank that represents Wall Street. In 2018, it was considering providing a trading platform for Bitcoin futures, but announced the suspension in September of the same year.

However, in 2021, it seems that they are paying attention to virtual currencies again, and it turned out that they are planning to resume trading of Bitcoin futures in March.

Goldman Sachs led the investment round, with additional investments from financial giants Fidelity Investments, Castle Island Ventures, Highland Capital Partners, Avon Ventures and Communitas Capital who participated in the previous investment round.

BlockFi, Acrew Ventures, Morningside Group and Warburg Serres Investments are also making new investments.