Blockchain Startups Soaring In 2022

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Richard Bertch

2022 is going to be a big year for blockchain startups. The number will soar in the next few years. Investment in blockchain technology will follow suit. It is excellent news for businesses that are looking to adopt blockchain technology.

  1. Blockdaemon

It’s an infrastructure platform that makes it easy to launch and manage nodes for popular blockchains such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Monero. Blockdaemon plans to use the funds to expand its team and grow its business.

  1. Belfrics Group

The company has developed a range of innovative products and services, including a decentralized exchange, peer-to-peer trading platform, and merchant payment gateway. It’s committed to promoting the adoption of blockchain technology and helping businesses harness its power.

  1. Chainalysis

The company has developed groundbreaking technology that allows businesses and governments to track cryptocurrency transactions. It has made them a go-to choice for organizations that want to comply with crypto-assets regulations.

  1. Pastel Network

Pastel Network provides artists with a decentralized marketplace for their work. The company has already secured partnerships with major galleries and museums, and they are currently launching their cryptocurrency. 

  1. Sorare

Sorare allows users to trade digital collectibles. It has created a platform that is very user-friendly and easy to use. Collectors can easily find the items they are looking for, and the prices are very reasonable. 

  1. Synapse Network

It’s a blockchain startup that is helping businesses manage their data. They offer companies a platform to store and manage their records in a secure environment. 

  1. Bitsika

Bitsika is revolutionizing the way people send money. The company has developed a platform that allows users to send money anywhere in the world without fees. 

  1. Mercado Bitcoin

The company has been at the forefront of innovation in space and was the first exchange to offer margin trading in Brazil. It is also one of the few exchanges that allow users to buy and sell bitcoin using Brazilian Reais.

  1. Texture Capital

Texture Capital is a venture capital firm specializing in investing in blockchain startups. Texture has become one of the most active investors in the space. It also provides strategic advice and mentorship to its portfolio companies.

  1. Telcoin

This blockchain startup is on a mission to make it easier for people to send money abroad. The company has developed a mobile app that allows users to send money to anyone with a mobile phone number, regardless of whether they have a bank account. 

  1. Coinvise

Coinvise is a new platform that allows you to invest in cryptocurrency without having to go through the hassle of setting up a wallet or dealing with exchanges. 

  1. Amara Finance

It’s a blockchain startup that is shaking up the world of finance. With its unique approach to peer-to-peer lending and its focus on transparency and accountability, it’s quickly becoming a leading player in the world of fintech.

  1. World coin

World Coin is a social media platform that uses blockchain technology to ensure privacy and security. The platform allows users to share photos, videos, and other content while maintaining control of their data. 

  1. Terawulf

The company is building a decentralized internet infrastructure that will allow people to connect to the internet without going through central authorities like ISPs. It will provide users with greater privacy and security and improved speed and performance. 

  1. Interlay

Interlay is one of the many blockchain startups expected to impact 2022 significantly. The company is developing a platform for building decentralized applications, which will make it easier for businesses to take advantage of the benefits of blockchain technology.

Conclusion

The blockchain space is heating up, and several exciting startups are making waves. These companies are changing how we think about finance, communication, and internet infrastructure.