Custodian service Komainu raised $ 25 million in a Series A funding round. It is led by billionaire Alan Howard, with contributions from Galaxy Digital, NOIA Capital and Nomura Research Institute.
The company plans to spend the funds on global expansion, support of additional assets and provision of services to prime brokers.
Focused on institutional investors, Komainu was founded in 2018 by Japanese bank Nomura, hardware wallet developer Ledger and investment firm CoinShares.
Recall that at the end of February, Alan Howard supported the Bottlepay micropayment service in a seed round of funding for $ 15.5 million.
Millarder previously invested in the One River Digital hedge fund.