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Arrington XRP Capital

Arrington XRP Capital

A venture capital firm in Washington that focuses on blockchain-based capital markets.

Arrington XRP Capital is a venture capital firm in Washington that focuses on blockchain-based capital markets. Founded 2017 in Seattle, Washington, United States by Michael Arrington, it invests in early stage ventures, seed, series A, initial coin offerings, and corporate rounds. Its portfolio companies include Arweave, BlockFi, SKALE Labs, and CasperLabs. As of March 2020, Arrington XRP Capital has made 31 investments. Their most recent investment was on February 13, 2020, when BlockFi raised $30M. Arrington XRP Capital has raised two funds, their latest being Ripple XRP II. This fund was announced on March 27, 2019 and raised a total of $100M.

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Heather Harde

Founding Partner

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Ninor Mansor

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Ninos Mansor

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Bitfinex

BlockFi

CasperLabs

CERE Network

Kava Labs

Marlin Labs

NEAR Protocol

SKALE Labs

Terra

News

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Connie Loizos
July 21, 2021
TechCrunch
As longtime TechCrunch readers know well, Michael Arrington cofounded TechCrunch and Crunchbase, as well as the venture fund CrunchFund, which was later renamed Tuesday Capital. But In 2017, Arrington announced that he was shifting gears and becoming a full-time crypto investor, and despite a volatile ride since, he isn't looking back, seemingly. As he said [...]
Algorand
June 10, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- Arrington Capital, a digital asset management firm in blockchain-based capital markets, today announced it has launched a new $100 million USD...
Emily Graffeo
December 31, 2020
markets.businessinsider.com
A ripple coin stands on a table Thomas Trutschel/Getty Images Several cryptocurrency exchanges including Crypto.com, Coinbase, and OkCoin said ...

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