Hashflow, a cross-chain swap exchange, today announced that it has completed its Series A funding round, bringing Hashflow’s valuation to $400 million.
This series A follows that of April 2021 3.2 million seed found. The capital injection will allow Hashflow to continue improving its decentralized trading experience, centered around its Request for Quote (RFQ) model that optimizes interoperability, guaranteed price execution and MEV protection.
Hash stream model enables the trading of structured products and other asset classes previously considered untradable on DeFi platforms. As detailed in the company’s 2022 roadmap, Hashflow plans to offer structured products in permitted jurisdictions later this year.
Funding participation came from returning investors Electric Capital, Dragonfly Capital Partners, LedgerPrime, and Balaji Srinivasan, as well as new crypto-native investors and participants including Jump Crypto, Wintermute Trading, GSR, Kronos Research, and Altonomy.
Other inventors include Coinbase Ventures, Kraken Ventures, Fabric Ventures, Evernew Capital, Spacewhale Capital, and angels Meltem Demirors, Anthony Sassano, Tatiana Koffman, and Jason Choi.