New on the scene, Meme.com, has secured $US 5 million in the latest round of fundraising. Sourced from a number of blockchain-focused venture capital funds and a few industry high-flyers, the money will go towards developing a blockchain-based meme infrastructure.
Meme.com is the latest venture from the people who brought you marble.cards. As NFTs and Dogecoin have soared in popularity over recent months, Meme.com identified an opportunity. With this in mind, they intend to bridge the two markets to create an all-powerful new blockchain experience.
The firm’s master-plan is to create a one-stop location for creating, tracking, tokenising and finally monetising the potentially massive meme market. To this end, the platform promises to be a Coin Market Cap for memetic content, allowing visitors to track the popularity of their favourite memes.
Current backers include: Digital Finance Group, Spark Digital Capital, Outlier Ventures and Polygon co-founder Sandeep Nailwal.
At the moment, there is nothing more revealed other than a landing page with a couple of social media sharing buttons, but we can expect Meme.com to grow rapidly. In lieu of a formal explanation however, Meme.com invites you to imagine if Wikipedia and Dogecoin had a baby. Our imagination here is a bit weird, so the results are glorious, but probably not what they intended.
Take a look at the new, yet very basic website >> here
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