Poland’s blockchain investment platform Future Fund raises $3.8M

The Polish fintech company Future Fund has raised a $3.8 million private funding round, which made it one of the highest valued blockchain startups in the world this year, MamStartup writes.

  • Polish entrepreneurs Piotr Kędzierski, Grzegorz Grzegorski, and Robert Zubrzycki co-founded the startup. Future Fund is building a blockchain-based micro-investment platform. Its main advantage is cashback rewards ranging from a few to a dozen percent of the purchase price.

“Blockchain technology is mature enough and can be used to create completely new solutions in the world of traditional finance. Today, cashback is primarily earned by marketing and technology platforms — we will make this money work for the Future Fund community,”

Grzegorz Grzegorski from Future Fund on the startup.
  • The Polish-founded Future Fund operates mainly in Zug, Switzerland. Also, the startup doesn’t disclose the names of the current investors.

“We are very pleased with the result of the private sale round. The funding will allow us to build a fintech startup based on true innovation in the area of ​​saving and investing,”

Grzegorz Grzegorski says about the investment.
  • Future Fund plans to use the funding to create MVP applications, as well as build a community and network of partnerships. The team also plans for the next round of funding to begin in the second half of 2022.