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The below chart summarizes blockchain technology year-to-date funding compared to last year. As you can see, Q1 2020 funding closed at $365M, which is an 11% drop from Q1 2019. A quarter of the way through 2020, and we are at 12% of the 2019 full-year funding amount.Read More
To give you a view into our client-only research, here is an excerpt from our Blockchain Technology Quarterly Review. Our Quarterly Reviews summarize startup activity in technology sectors, provide key analyst takeaways, and profile notable startups.Read More
How do the different blockchain technology categories compare in terms of exit activity? Let’s find out in the graph below, which shows the number of all-time blockchain technology acquisitions and IPOs by category through Q3 2019.Read More
How has exit activity for blockchain technology developed in the first half of 2019? This blog post explores blockchain technology exit metrics through Q2 2019 and compares them to previous years. The graph below shows the number of blockchain technology exits by year, stacked by quarters.
How has investor appetite in blockchain technology evolved throughout the years? In this blog post we examine the total investments by year into this sector to help answer that question. The graph below shows the total number of investors in all deals stacked by quarters.
For this quarter's funding analysis, let's examine how average funding in the blockchain technology sector is evolving. The graphic below shows the blockchain technology average funding across all deals over time by quarter.
Let's look back on 2018 and examine how funding in the blockchain technology sector compares to previous years. The graphic below shows the total annual blockchain technology funding amounts over time.
Here is our Q1 2018 summary report on the Blockchain Technology startup sector. The following report includes an overview, recent activity, and a category deep dive.
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