Numerous Web 3.0 startups earned hundreds of millions of dollars in financing during the past week, fueling the conversation that the industry is the top pick among .
Just seven months after its $360 million funding round in January, one of Asia's largest blockchain gaming companies,
Animoca Brands, has raised $100 million from Temasek, a state-owned investment company in Singapore.
According to a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing, former executives of Galaxy Digital and Genesis are attempting to raise $500 million for the cryptocurrency fund DBA Crypto.
The Seven Seven Six (776) venture capital firm, founded by Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, is on track to debut $177.6 million worth of cryptocurrency investments in October.
A few days earlier, the world's largest investment management company, Invesco, announced the creation of its Metaverse Fund,
which will invest in worldwide small, medium, and large-cap Web 3.0 enterprises.
The co-founder of Polygon, Symbolic Capital, secured $50 million from venture capitalists for a new fund that will concentrate on early-
stage Web 3.0 firms in emerging areas. The statement comes after recently founded Shima Capital and cryptocurrency investment firm CoinFund, both of which are concentrating on cutting-edge Web 3.0 businesses,