Ten Australian blockchain companies raising millions and disrupting industries

It wasn’t until 2017 that the boom of consumer-focused blockchain projects, funded by easily facilitated ICOs, began to hit Australia. Early last year the country’s “first” ICO was kicked off by Chronobank and since then the floodgates have opened for disruptive blockchain companies, with many of them raising multiple millions to help get their ambitious projects off the ground.

SmartCompany has compiled a list of those startups, ranked by the amount they’ve managed to raise, and a brief description of what they’re looking to do to help you get an insight into Australia’s ecosystem of successful blockchain companies.

  1. Havven — raised $38.6 million in March
  2. Power Ledger — raised $34 million in October 2017 (now worth upwards of $60 million)
  3. CanYa — raised $12 million in December 2017 (now worth ~$8.2 million)
  4. Shping — raised $8.5 million in March
  5. Chronobank — raised $6.8 million in February 2017 (now worth ~$120 million)
  6. Intimate — raised $5.5 million this year
  7. ShareRing — raised $3.8 million in March
  8. BlockGrain — raised $3.5 million in April
  9. Blockbid — raised $3.2 million in December (now worth ~$2.6 million)
  10. Horizon State — raised $1.4 million in October 2017 (now worth ~$2.5 million)

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