• Ehrsam shows how well Paradigm did in the exhibition fund.
• Coinbase co-founder believes Paradigm is driving the future of crypto companies.
Recently Fred Ehrsam, co-founder of the crypto platform Coinbase, raised over $2 billion in an exhibition fund sent to the association that supports new crypto projects, called Paradigm One. All the money raised in Paradigm constitutes the largest crypto fund to date.
The project was launched in 2018, and its basic fund was at 400 million dollars. However, over time this fund grew significantly.
Exposure funds at Paradigm One grow
According to the announcements, the volume of exposure funds at Paradigm One is increasing with crypto investments. Since last year, platforms like Coinbase have increased the flow of crypto operations in Bitcoin or other tokens, in investments and donations. Fred Ehrsam, one head of Coinbase, said this fund that benefits Paradigm shows that cryptos have gained priority in the financial market.
The money the tech company has raised in its three years of operation crosses the $2 billion band, leaving crypto collection firms like Andreessen Horowitz behind. However, its developers think that the company could beat that record in the next exposure fund.
Paradigm’s goals are focused on the investment of other cryptocurrency companies, whether small or large, which would be valued at a minimum of $100 million and a maximum of $1 million. According to its developers, this support for small crypto companies will allow the virtual market to grow rapidly.
Coinbase co-founder is behind paradigm trading
The investment agency in San Francisco, Paradigm, is registering companies dedicated to developing DeFi, Dapps, and crypto protocols based on Blockchain. These operations are backed by Ehrsam, who also runs Coinbase, so that the management company can have credibility.
The head of Coinbase believes that many more companies need crypto protocols to reach a promising future. It is believed that the most relevant companies in the world will be using cryptocurrencies for their form of trade and because it allows them to enter passive investments.
The figures managed by Pitchbook, an analysis platform in the crypto-market, suggest that in the first three months of the year 2021, Paradigm raised $21.4 million in exposure capital, which marked a milestone. The company achieved over 1,100 agreements with crypto platforms that need the funds to promote their projects. This figure shows that operations at Paradigm increased over 500 percent compared to 2020.
The fundraising company supporting cryptocurrencies is expected to show how well it did in the next exposure fund.