Chainvine secures £2.5 million Series A funding round
Chainvine, a provider of cutting edge Distributed Ledger Technologies, has announced that it has secured £2.5m ($3.34 million USD) in its Series A funding round led by Deepbridge Capital. The company works with clients to integrate their existing ledger systems into a customised blockchain-based platform in a bid to help them manage their supply chain and contract data more effectively.
Oliver Oram, founder and CEO of Chainvine said:
“We’re very excited to be working with Deepbridge. Their significant expertise will prove invaluable as we commercialise and scale our business. We truly believe that Distributed Ledger Technologies have the potential to change the way businesses operate. The technology allows for unparalleled levels of transparency and efficiency that will allow companies to operate truly sustainably.”
Chainvine works closely with its clients’ management teams to integrate their existing ledger systems into a bespoke blockchain based platform, allowing them to better manage their supply chain and contract data. Chainvine’s platforms enable clients to evolve their existing ledger systems rather than completely overhauling them, by harnessing the potential of blockchain technology without prior technical experience.
They will utilise the funds to expand its client base and commercialise its revolutionary ‘Intelligent’ products. As part of the Series A funding round, Kieran O’Gorman, Technical Partner at Deepbridge Capital has been appointed to the Chainvine board to provide high level strategic advice.
The company offers its clients two distinct products. It has created ‘Intelligent Commodities’, which when integrated with Internet of Things (IOT) partners, enables companies to track physical commodities and record supply chain data, e.g. production, transit, and temperature records, on the blockchain. This allows for highly intuitive automated data management.
They have also developed its unique ‘Intelligent Contracts’ product, which enable its clients to better manage contract data, by ensuring it is permanently recorded on the blockchain and giving them access to the technology’s self-executing digital contracts system.