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Libra closes $15 million to grow crypto transactional data software ecosystem

Libra closes $15 million to grow crypto transactional data software ecosystem

Libra, a leading provider of middle and back office technology and data services for the crypto asset ecosystem, today announced the close of a $15 million Series B round. The funding was led by its previous lead investor, a multi-billion dollar European family office, with continued participation from Series A investors, including Liberty City Ventures.

Focused on transforming crypto transactional data into operational and audit-ready financial information for institutions, Libra plans to use the new funding to continue building out its core product, the Libra Crypto Office platform, as well as support the release of new products and services.

On the heels of Libra’s announcement regarding its support for fund administrators, the close of Libra’s Series B round underscores the company’s success in providing critical reporting infrastructure utilized in traditional markets to the crypto world. The capital raise not only strengthens the ability for further product growth but also the ongoing expansion into new customer segments such as miners, lenders, and custodians.

This round brings Libra’s total funding to $24.8 million.

“Libra’s mission is to provide a system of record that allows institutions with crypto transactions to meet the reporting requirements of managers, investors, auditors, and regulators. We are very excited our investors have affirmed their continued support for Libra with their contribution to our Series B raise. Their commitment allows us to expand our customer offerings, grow our team and increase our customer base.”

Jake Benson, Founder, and CEO of Libra
Source:libra.tech

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