Auradine raises $81M for its blockchain and AI web infrastructure

Auradinean American startup that wants to take advantage of the technologies blockchain and IA to offer a next generation web infrastructurehas just completed a series A from 81 million dollars.

Founded in 2022 in Silicon Valley by serial entrepreneurs, Auradine built a web infrastructure platform focused privacy with the ambition to open a “new era” of decentralized applications.

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Auradine exploits new technologies, including blockchain, the zero-knowledge proofs and theartificial intelligence. The startup believes that these technologies will have a significant impact on the global economy. A “highly scalable, sustainable and secure” infrastructure is essential to enable this transformationaccording to her.

And to carry out its project, Auradine just raised 81 million dollars as part of a Series A financing round led by California-based funds Celesta Capital and Mayfield.

With their unique vision and star-studded team, we are confident that Auradine will provide important solutions in the race to unlock the full potential of decentralized applications. We are thrilled to support Auradine as they pursue this incredible opportunity to propel the future of blockchain and privacy – the progress they have already made is remarkable,” commented Sriram Viswanathan, founder of Celesta Capital.

Auradine CEO, Rajiv Khemanisaid the funding would be used to accelerate the startup’s efforts to bring products to market quickly.

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“We are delighted to receive the support of leading investors who share our vision and passion for building the web infrastructure of the future “, he added.

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