MixMob Raises $7 Million in Latest Seed Funding Round

We are thrilled to announce that MixMob has raised $7 million to further our vision, giving us the capital to achieve our strategic objectives in the coming months and years. This round of seed raising was led by DeFi-GameFi crypto-asset fund Defiance Capital. We are excited to welcome investment from several leading venture capital firms, including Ascensive Assets, Not3lau Capital, and IOSG.

“DeFiance is excited to further support MixMob as they launch their card strategy battle game and MMORPG. The team has consistently delivered on their roadmap and placed community first with their transparent regular updates. The resulting product is a stylish virtual world rich in lore. Grab a Mask and we’ll see you in the Subdomain!” — Arthur Cheong, Founding Partner of DeFiance Capital.

In addition to the investors listed above, we are also backed this round by Genblock, Shima Capital, Skynet Trading, Merit Circle, Avocado Guild, Morning Star Ventures, Rising Stars, Solana Insiders, Kieran Warwick, co-founder of Illuvium; Arthur Hayes; and Loi Luu, founder of Kyber.

These are in addition to our prior round investors Solana Ventures, Alex Svanevik from Nansen AI, Dave Waslen from Wilder World, and QCP Capital.

“The play-to-earn sector is showing no signs of slowing down, and by adding something unique to the innovation that’s already happening in the space, we firmly believe MixMob will prove to be a hit with the creative community.” — Simon Vieira, MixMob CEO and Game Producer.

Thank you to our investors and community for your constant enthusiasm and support of the project! We look forward to sharing MixMob: Uprising, our Card Strategy Racing Game, with you as we continue bringing the MixMob universe to life. In the meantime, please check out our just-released project trailer for a taste of what’s to come.

Visit our website, follow us on Twitter, and join our Discord for the latest on MixMob.

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