Melbourne-based venture capital firm Trimantium Capital and US firm Winklevoss Capital have announced a potential co-investment in blockchain technology. Both firms are currently in the co-investment development stage and aim to leverage off each other’s deal flows to expand the presence of blockchain in Asia.
Trimantium Capital thinks there are huge gaps in the Australian VC sector that it is beginning to fill
It is no secret that Australia has a venture capital problem. However, it would be remiss to say there aren’t people within the startup ecosystem that are doing their bit to help solve that problem. Five years ago, Australians had no where near the amount of access to seed capital as they do today; and though it is still early days, the access to Series A capital is beginning to improve.
Sydney-based crowdfunding startup StartSomeGood has raised an angel impact investment of $400,000 from Melbourne investment firm Trimantium Capital.