Unmarshal Raises $2.6M USD From Industry Heavyweights to Build Multi-Chain Data Indexing Protocol – Press release Bitcoin News

PRESS RELEASE. Unmarshal is proud to announce that the seed and private sale funding rounds have been successfully closed with strong investment support from Industry bigwigs. A total of $2.6m was raised in the seed and private rounds. With the fresh capital introduced, Unmarshal will focus on building an advanced network of Data Indexers that can cater to the entire DeFi Ecosystem.

Unmarshal is a Multi-chain DeFi Data Network that facilitates seamless access to data on blockchains for any kind of decentralized applications. So far, they have added support for Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, Elrond, PolkaDot, and Substrate-based projects such as StaFi and with Polygon, they are diving into the Layer-2 networks and empowering dApp developers to have easy access to on-chain data.

The investors have a strong trust in the team and they believe that Unmarshal will be a game changer in the space that can build a strong and vibrant Web3. Some of the well known top investors and like minds have made contributions to the success.

The Venture Capitalists who have invested: Woodstock, Blackedge, GBV, NGC Ventures, SPARK Digital, Particle XYZ, AU21, Amesten, X21, Zokyo, Altonomy, Brilliance Ventures, ExNetwork, AscendEx (Previously BitMax.io).

DeFi Entrepreneurs and accredited individual investors including Ravindra Kumar & Philip Arthur Moore(Frontier), Sandeep nailwal (Polygon previously Matic Network), Aniketh Jindal (Biconomy), Danish Chaudhari (Bitcoin.com exchange), Chandresh Aharwar (Unilend Finance), Ran Neuner have vouched for the idea of building a massive Web3 revolution.

As the blockchain space is evolving with addition of new chains accompanied with advanced use cases to solve inherent problems of existing chains, the DeFi ecosystem is at a constant lookout for an infrastructure layer that can help fetch them reliable and contextual data from multi-chains. Unmarshal is here to fill the gaps. It acts as a…

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