Lukka, a data provider cryptocurrency based in New York, has raised $110 million in a Series E funding round and is now valued at $1.3 billion, according to TheBlock.
Lukka's Series E round attracts many big players, such as the Global Asset Manager Marshall Wace, Miami International Holdings, Summer Capital and SiriusPoint.
Additionally, previous investors such as Soros Fund Management, Liberty City Ventures, S&P Global, and CPA.com also participated in the round, all of which contributed to Lukka's $53 million Series D round in March 2021.
With new capital in hand, Lukka plans to expand globally. Lukka CEO Robert Materazzi said:
"Industry cryptocurrency is entering a new stage of maturity, so the need for corporate data and software tools will grow even more.”
Founded in 2014, Lukka primarily serves institutional clients, the company typically provides software and data tools to cryptocurrency exchanges and miners…
“Data solution suite, reporting and analysis software cryptocurrency Lukka's comprehensive coverage of rapidly evolving critical needs,” added Binetter.
The Series E round brings Lukka's total raised to date to over $200 million. In previous rounds, the company also raised about $90 million.