Cometh Receives $10M Funding to Focus on Blockchain Gaming


Cometh, a French blockchain gaming company, has received $10M funding from a round led by Stake Capital and White Star Capital. 

Along with these two big players, Shima Capital, IDEO CoLab Ventures, and Serena were also part of this round of investment. 

As more and more companies are getting funded, the metaverse and NFT space is getting more attention. Big names like The Sandbox and Decentraland are putting millions of dollars in the metaverse. 

Just like other blockchain gaming studios, Cometh will now collaborate with more and more alike companies to expand its horizon in the space. 

As they announced the $10M funding, they shared the following words:

“We have received immense interest from major game studios and brands alike regarding our white label solutions and integration of blockchain technology in the world of gaming”

About Cometh

Cometh is a Paris-based blockchain company that creates blockchain games that integrate with DeFi protocols. 

The game runs on decentralized smart contracts where players can earn tokens as they play and craft different in-game items. Other than that, the players can mine, explore, trade, and manufacture different types of stuff in the game. 

Cometh will deploy its blockchain software suite so that everyone can use its amazing decentralized suite of services. 

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