Blockchain focused VC opens office in Cape Town

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Crypto Valley Venture Capital (or CV VC), a Swiss investment firm targeting early-stage opportunities in startups that develop products, applications, or services built on blockchain technology, is opening its first African office in Cape Town. More and more blockchain applications are being implemented in the continent, and, according to the 2020 Global Crypto Adoption Index, South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria have the highest rates of crypto and blockchain adoption worldwide.

Over the next 4 years, CV VC aims to invest in 100 blockchain startups in Africa, and develop, in partnership with the Swiss Secretariat for Economic Affairs an independent blockchain ecosystem in South Africa. The venture firm already has 4 African blockchain startups in its portfolio – Math for Money, Xion, Wildcards, and Proof of Impact – which will form the foundation of the goal.


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