Anoma, a Swiss blockchain company, successfully raises $25 million in funding round

  • CMCC Global leads $25 million funding round for Swiss non-profit Anoma, supported by Electric Capital, Delphi Digital, Dialectic, KR1, Spartan, and NGC.
  • Anoma to expedite the advancement of its intent-centric blockchain architecture with $25 million funding.
  • Anoma recently proposed airdropping its NAM token to holders of Zcash and Osmosis.

Swiss non-profit organization Anoma Foundation, the entity responsible for L1 privacy blockchain Namada, has successfully concluded a fundraising round, securing $25 million. The announcement, made on Wednesday, revealed that the round was co-led by CMCC Global, a renowned venture capital firm specializing in blockchain investments.

Anoma Foundation stated that it received support from several notable investors, including Electric Capital, Delphi Digital, Dialectic, KR1, Spartan, and NGC. Additional backing came from MH Ventures, Perridon Ventures, Anagram Bixin Ventures, No Limit, Plassa, and Factor.

Moreover, Anoma received contributions from over 30 angel investors hailing from various L1s, dApps, and ZK cryptographers.

The primary objective of the funding round, as expressed by the foundation, is to expedite their efforts in introducing third-generation blockchain architecture to the market.

Anoma’s third-generation blockchain architecture

Anoma, a Swiss blockchain firm, secures a $25 million funding round, demonstrating strong industry confidence in its innovative intent-centric architecture. The architecture encompasses groundbreaking elements such as rollups, DEXs, and NFT marketplaces, which aim to achieve complete decentralization for Web2.5 applications.

Charlie Morris, co-founder and managing partner of CMCC Global, expressed excitement about co-leading the fundraising round for Anoma. He praised the team for pushing the boundaries of protocol design and reimagining the operation of base layer infrastructure, noting the refreshing contrast to the homogeneous group of layer-1 smart contract platforms.

The Anoma Foundation plans to allocate the funds not only to support further development of its blockchain architecture but also to fuel ongoing research and development initiatives. The funding will play a crucial role in creating tools that drive adoption throughout the ecosystem.

As the launch of Anoma Foundation’s Namada blockchain, which provides users with multichain privacy, approaches, efforts have been made to integrate with leading ecosystem platforms and networks. The non-profit organization has proposed shielded airdrops for Zcash (ZEC) and Osmosis (OSMO) holders, along with a grants pool and bridges to prominent blockchains like Ethereum and Cosmos, as reported by CoinJournal.


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