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Satoshi Nakamoto:
The amount of venture capital raised by bitcoin startups this year has already surpassed the total amount raised in 2013 by more than $27m.

So far in 2014, $113.2m has flowed into bitcoin businesses, which is 29% greater than the total amount for last year, which stands at $88m. In 2012, bitcoin startups raised just $2.1m


http://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-venture-capital/

Satoshi Nakamoto:
Online wallet provider Xapo has raised its funding total to $40m, leapfrogging BitPay to become the best-funded bitcoin startup to date.

Announced today, the startup’s second Series A-1 funding round took $20m in total. Spearheaded by Index Ventures and Greylock Partners, the round also included Emergence Capital Partners, venture capitalist Yuri Milner, PayPal co-founder Max Levchin and former Yahoo! CEO Jerry Yang.

Back in March, Xapo’s initial round was led by Benchmark Capital, Fortress Investment Group (FIG) and Ribbit Capital. At the time, it was the second-biggest funding round in the bitcoin space.

http://www.coindesk.com/xapo-sets-40-million-fundraising-record-bitcoin-industry/

Satoshi Nakamoto:
October 7, 2014

Blockchain announced that it has secured a record $30.5m Series A funding deal, co-led by Lightspeed Venture Partners and Wicklow Capital.

The figure is one of the largest ever single investments in a bitcoin company, after BitPay announced a new record with its $30m Series A round in May and Xapo achieved the gold standard for total funding with $40m over two rounds in March and July.

Satoshi Nakamoto:
Bitcoin Is On Track to Draw More VC Money Than the ENTIRE 1995 Internet Startup Funding.

CoinDesk:
Venture Capital Funding for Bitcoin Startups Triples in 2014

The amount of funding for bitcoin startups tripled in 2014 compared to the previous year, taking total funds raised to over $410m.
Source: Venture Capital Funding for Bitcoin Startups Triples in 2014

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