- MATH global foundation gains $12 Million in funds.
- Binance Labs is eager to promote DeFi solutions with public blockchains.
- The MathWallet and blockchain will see massive updates soon.
The creators of MathWallet, MATH Global Foundation, gained a whopping $12 million in funds. This series B funding mission was led by Binance Labs, the venture capitalist of Binance.
With a fund this big, the brand will build stronger DApp ecosystems and expand its resources. Furthermore, MATH aims to build greater connectivity within the existing global market. As a result, seek to provide a more refined and pleasant experience for its users.
The Singapore-based brand can now focus on hastening product upgrades for MathWallet. MATH’s wallet was one of the first crypto wallets to have been compatible with Binance Smart Chain (BSC).
MATH hopes to explore new markets with BSC. It strives to increase trading volume to bring more users onto the ecosystem. Binance Labs saw MATHS’s extensive knowledge of public blockchains.
Binance Labs is in an ongoing initiative to promote DeFi startup initiatives. Thereby, invested in MATH’s growth. Head of Binance Labs, Wei Zhou said he is looking forward to growing the DeFi ecosystem together with MATH.
To clarify, MATH holds over one million users and supports the most public chains yet. The co-founder and CTO of MathWallet, Eric Yu, said that he believes this to be a big shot to attain new users onto the blockchain.
Additionally, he says, MATH has grown into a stronger company over the last three years. And together, with Binance Labs and BSC, they will continue to bring innovation in the field of wallets.