Altonomy, a cryptocurrency trading desk, has closed a $7 million financing round from Polychain Capital. The company, founded by Ricky Li, is also funded by 7 Blocks.
“As a liquidity provider for altcoins, more funding will allow us to have more inventory, taking larger exposure and managing risk more effectively,” said co-founder Li “We don’t need to put constraints on our clients at settlement. This enables us to serve more clients better.”
“As a long-time user of Altonomy’s trading services, it was an easy decision for us to invest in their business when the opportunity became available,” said Polychain Capital founder Olaf Carlson-Wee.
“We are proud of our ability to source liquidity for customers, regardless of token type, order size, market cap, or whether the asset trades on centralized or decentralized exchanges,” said Li.
Li wasn’t alway so bullish on altcoins. In January 2019 he told investors to ”to liquidate enough ETH so they would have at least two years of runway.”
Now, however, the founder sees a rebirth.
In the last year Altonomy also launched AltMiner, a cloud service for bigger clients looking to dip a toe in the mining industry. Like its trading desk, Altonomy claims a “superior return profile” with the “newest generation of miners, low electricity costs and a secure hosting site.”
The cash infusion will help the company grow out these services in the next year.
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