Radar Relay (cryptocurrency)

Radar Relay (cryptocurrency)

Radar Relay is a cryptocurrency relayer enabling Ethereum token trading through an off-chain order book. Token traders find and complete off-chain orders which are settled on the Ethereum blockchain using the 0x protocol.

Radar Relay is a decentralized cryptocurrency exchange for Ethereum-based cryptocurrency tokens (ERC20 tokens) that is based on the 0x Protocol. The company is headquartered in Denver, Colorado and was founded in 2017 by Alan Curtis, Brandon Roth, Caleb Tebbe, Devin Eldridge, and Mike Roth.

Radar Relay is a decentralized cryptocurrency exchange for Ethereum-based cryptocurrency tokens (ERC20 tokens) that is based on the 0x Protocol. The company is headquartered in Denver, Colorado and was founded in early 2017 by Alan Curtis, Brandon Roth, Caleb Tebbe, Devin Eldridge, and Mike Roth.

The Radar Relay exchange allows users to send their orders to the platforms marketplace and wait for their orders to be matched. All trades are made directly from cryptocurrency wallet to cryptocurrency wallet with no third parties involved. There are over 190 cryptocurrency tokens available on the Radar Relay platform, and Radar Relay is also available in Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and Russian.

The first Radar Relay beta application launch in August, 2017. Features of the Radar Relay trading platform include detailed charting options, order book, depth chart, price/market trade charts, an API that allows trading bot integration, and an off-chain order book that allows users to continuously make trades without waiting for the completion of mining.

Funding

Seed

On December 20, 2017 Radar Relay raised $3 million in seed funding from Blockchain Capital (lead investor), V1.VC, Sparkland Capital, Batshit Crazy Ventures, SV Angel, Reciprocal Ventures, Kokopelli Capital, Kindred Ventures, Distributed Global, Digital Currency Group, and Collaborative Fund.

Series A

On August 1, 2018 Radar Relay completed their series A funding round raising $10 million in capital from Blockchain Capital (lead investor), Tusk Ventures, Distributed Global, Reciprocal Ventures, Collaborative Fund, Elefund, Slow Ventures, SV Angel, Kindred Ventures, Breyer Capital, Digital Currency Group, Kokopelli Capital, Village Global, and Chapter One Ventures.

Timeline

August 1, 2018

Series A funding

On August 1, 2018 Radar Relay completed their series A funding round raising $10 million in capital from Blockchain Capital (lead investor), Tusk Ventures, Distributed Global, Reciprocal Ventures, Collaborative Fund, Elefund, Slow Ventures, SV Angel, Kindred Ventures, Breyer Capital, Digital Currency Group, Kokopelli Capital, Village Global, and Chapter One Ventures.

August 2018

Radar Relay raises a $10,000,000 series A round from Tusk Ventures, Reciprocal Ventures, Collaborative Fund, Distributed Global and Blockchain Capital.

December 19, 2017

Seed funding

On December 20, 2017 Radar Relay raised $3 million in seed funding from Blockchain Capital (lead investor), V1.VC, Sparkland Capital, Batshit Crazy Ventures, SV Angel, Reciprocal Ventures, Kokopelli Capital, Kindred Ventures, Distributed Global, Digital Currency Group, and Collaborative Fund.

December 2017

Radar Relay raises a $3,000,000 seed round from Reciprocal Ventures, Collaborative Fund, Kokopelli Capital, Digital Currency Group, V1.VC, Blockchain Capital, SV Angel, Kindred Ventures, Sparkland Capital and Notation Capital.

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Decentralized exchange Radar Relay raises $10 million

Romain Dillet

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Decentralized Token Exchange Radar Relay Raises $3 Million

Wolfie Zhao

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