Top 5 Best Investors Of 2022 In Blockchain Firms

Top 5 Best Investors Of 2022 In Blockchain Firms

Blockchain technology is a part of the emerging technology, blockchains store data in blocks that are then linked together via cryptography systems, such as Bitcoin, for maintaining a secure and decentralized record of transactions. It is transforming, not only the financial industry but also the health industry, media, aviation, etc. As the demand for blockchain is always prominent, blockchain firms are heavily funded. For example, Alphabet ($1,506M in 4 rounds), Blackrock ($1,171M in 3 rounds), Morgan Stanley ($1,10M in 2 rounds), Samsung ($979M in 13 rounds), Goldman Sachs ( $698M in 5 rounds, BNY Mellon ($690M in 3 rounds), and PayPal ($650M in 4 rounds). This infographic presents the top 5 best Investors of 2022 in blockchain firms.

BlackRock

The world's largest asset manager, BlackRock, is the next biggest blockchain company investor with $1.17 billion worth of investments in FTX, Circle, and Anchorage Digital. BlackRock is one of the world's leading providers of investment, advisory, and risk management solutions.

Alphabet

Alphabet has invested approximately $1.506 billion in blockchain companies from September 2021 to June 2022 through four funding rounds. These companies are Fireblocks, Dapper Labs, Voltage, and Digital Currency Group. It is one of the top companies that have invested in blockchain firms.

Samsung

South Korean tech giant Samsung has been identified as one of the active investors when it comes to blockchain firms. In the last year, Samsung has participated in 13 investment rounds including Bored Apes Yacht Club developer Yuga Labs, Axie Infinity owner Sky Mavis, and blockchain gaming company Animoca Brands. Most of the corporation's investments came from Samsung Next, the innovation arm of Samsung Electronics that is focused on blockchain, AI, and the Metaverse.

Morgan Stanley

Digital securities platform Securitize has big plans to drive the adoption of tokenized securities after raising $48 million in a Series B funding round led by Blockchain Capital and investment funds managed by Morgan Stanley. It is one of the top companies that have invested in blockchain firms.

Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs was the fifth largest company to infuse $690 million in blockchain firms like Certik, Coin Metrics, Elwood, Block Daemon, and Anchorage Digital. Earlier this year, Goldman Sachs co-led the first public digital issuance on Ethereum public blockchain for the European Investment Bank.

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