Web3: French company Zealy raises $3.5 million

Zealya startup which offers a platform for companies to understand, activate and develop their ” tokenized communities “, announces a 3.5 million dollar funding round led by Swiss VC Redalpine.

Founded in Paris in 2022 by Fredrika Lindh, Mathis Grosjean and Louis Demeslay, Zealy (ex Crew3) develops a platform to help Web3 and Web2 companies to engage, analyze and evolve their communities.

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The startup already claims a half a million monthly active users on its product and boasts to serve more than 2000 companies, including Web3 players, such as StarkNet, SwissBorg, Dogami or LaCollection, as well as large traditional companies such as PMU and Renault, which recently plunged into the Web3.

And Zealy now accelerates with a first round of financing. On LinkedIn, the French company announced that it had raised 3.5 million dollars from several prominent investors.

Directed by RedalpineIts round of financing also includes the participation of Connect Ventures, Aglaé Ventures, Kima Ventures, Purple, Station F, Founders Future and business angels from The Sandbox, DFNS or Pianity.

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Zealy allows members to connect with each other through fun tasks before, during and after product launches, digital asset releases or physical and virtual events. Analytics highlight actions that improve conversion rates and identify top performing community members. Companies can then use this data to personalize the experience of their most valuable members and turn them into brand ambassadors,” reads an article published by Redalpine.

With the fresh capital, the startup plans to hire to accelerate the development of its platform.

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