CurrencyFair eyes extra €2m funding
Last week’s €8 million round was led by Octopus Ventures
CurrencyFair, the Dublin-based peer-to-peer currency exchange, expects to top up last week’s €8 million new funding round by an additional €2 million within months.
Last week’s €8 million round was led by Octopus Ventures, a private equity firm based in London with other investors including earlier backer Frontline Ventures, as well as a new fund called Proxy Ventures.
“Ideally when we bring in new investors, we are looking for people who...
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