Bloomberg: Balance of Power focuses on the politics and policies being shaped by the agenda of President Biden’s administration.
Bloomberg: Balance of Power focuses on the politics and policies being shaped by the agenda of President Biden’s administration.
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Blockchain startup StarkWare said its valuation quadrupled to $8 billion in a funding round, adding to tentative signs that venture capitalists are looking past a rout in cryptocurrency markets. 
The Israeli company, whose technology speeds up blockchain transactions, raised $100 million in the financing, which was led by Greenoaks Capital. Tiger Global and Coatue Management also invested in the round, according to a statement on Wednesday. StarkWare was valued at $2 billion as recently as November. 


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