The Anoma Foundation has announced the completion of a $25 million funding raise co-led by CMCC Global, heralding an exciting new era to bring the third generation of blockchain to the market.
The third investment round had some notable investors in the space, including Electric Capital, Delphi Digital, Dialectic, KR1, Spartan, NGC, MH Ventures, Bixin Ventures, No Limit, Plassa, Perridon Ventures, Anagram, and Factor. In addition, more than 30 angel investors participated from fields as diverse as L1 founders, dApp developers, and ZK cryptographers.
This financial support demonstrates the widespread recognition of Anoma’s pioneering intent-centric architecture, which has brought about a paradigm shift in the world of blockchain infrastructure.
The introduction of these innovative primitives by Anoma’s intent-centric design allows existing Web2.5 apps like rollups, decentralized exchanges, and NFT marketplaces to reach full decentralization. Furthermore, this innovative design creates opportunities for previously inconceivable applications on existing systems.
Anoma has received a $25 million fund to enhance its intent-centric architecture, boost research and development, and create user-friendly tools for developers to build innovative applications. The fund will also be used to form strategic partnerships and support growth within the ecosystem.
About The Anoma Foundation: The Anoma Foundation is a Swiss non-profit dedicated to financing and coordinating the development of public goods, such as Anoma’s intent-centric architecture and Namada, an L1 bringing unmatched multichain privacy to users today. By introducing a fresh paradigm for building blockchain infrastructure layers, Anoma aims to streamline the transition of web2.5 applications to full decentralization and provides unprecedented tools for developers to create applications never before possible.