Liquidium secures $1.25M pre-seed funding for Bitcoin Ordinal lending Liquidium secures $1.25M pre-seed funding for Bitcoin Ordinal lending

Liquidium secures $1.25M pre-seed funding for Bitcoin Ordinal lending

Liquidium raises $1.25 million to introduce Bitcoin ordinal-based lending, signaling a new frontier in crypto asset collateralization.

Liquidium secures $1.25M pre-seed funding for Bitcoin Ordinal lending

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In a significant leap for Bitcoin’s lending sector, Liquidium, a burgeoning startup, has successfully raised $1.25 million in a pre-seed funding round. This capital injection marks a pivotal moment for the company as it sets its sights on pioneering a novel lending framework utilizing Bitcoin’s ordinal technology.

The successful funding round was bolstered by the backing of prominent investors, including Bitcoin Frontier Fund, Side Door Ventures, Actai Ventures, Sora Ventures, Spicy Capital, UTXO Management, and a group of strategic angel investors, all contributing significantly to reaching this pivotal achievement.

Bitcoin ordinals are created by embedding non-fungible tokens (NFTs) directly onto individual satoshis, the smallest unit of Bitcoin. This groundbreaking approach effectively transforms each satoshi into a unique digital artifact capable of carrying distinct data or digital assets.

Liquidium’s innovative model leverages this technology to create a lending platform where Bitcoin ordinals act as collateral. This venture not only diversifies the utility of Bitcoin but also introduces a fresh dynamic to the digital lending space.

The $1.25 million pre-seed funding round, spearheaded by a consortium of investors, provides Liquidium with crucial resources to develop and refine its platform.

Jason Fang, Managing Partner of Sora Ventures, said:

โ€œLiquidium is filling a huge market gap by introducing additional utility on ordinals, a core element to further boosting the value of ordinals use case. Given that fungible tokens are also in the form of ordinals, it will be very interesting to see how Liquidium can leverage this standard to grow their adoption.โ€

Liquidium aims to embark on extensive research and development with fresh capital. The team’s primary focus will be on deploying a secure, user-friendly platform that harnesses the unique properties of Bitcoin ordinals to facilitate lending.

The long-term vision involves pioneering in this niche and expanding the boundaries of what’s possible in the broader lending ecosystem.

Liquidium’s successful funding round marks a significant step forward in integrating novel technologies like Bitcoin ordinals into practical financial applications.

As the company advances toward realizing its vision, it stands as a testament to the ever-evolving and innovative nature of the cryptocurrency sector.

Disclaimer: One of Liquidium’s investors, Sora Ventures, is an investor in CryptoSlate.

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