DeFi

UniFarm Went Big with $2 Mn Fundraise

UniFarm, a decentralized farming pool, had a $2 million fundraise from leading blockchain funds in the industry. UniFarm has pioneered the token farming pool model which has seen 65 top DeFi projects across 18 Cohorts.

We are proud to inform that UniFarm had raised $2 Million from leading blockchain investors, including:

  • Moonwhale Ventures
  • Dach Capital
  • Playcent Capital
  • Alphabit Capital
  • MorningStars Ventures
  • NGC Capital
  • Blocksync Capital
  • Chronos VC
  • Aquity Capital
  • Crypto Dorm Fund
  • Genblock
  • x21 Digital
  • 18 Ventures
  • Inclusion Capital
  • MXC Capital
  • Okex Dream Fund
  • Lotus Capital
  • Spark Capital
  • Zokyo Ventures
  • Acheron Capital
  • Moonwhale Ventures
  • Alphabit
  • NGC Capital
  • Morningstar Ventures
  • Rarestone Capital
  • LD Capital
  • AU21 Capital

The journey that began with five projects has grown to include 65 companions, giving the UniFarm Community a variety of options for staking one and farming many.

UniFarm is a one-of-a-kind staking solution that brings together the top DeFi ventures to deliver value to investors. You can stake one token and gain several high-value tokens on the network. As a result, in addition to earning a high APY, your earnings are automatically diversified.

As part of this fundraise, UniFarm has also got its own governance token named $UFARM.

Since our first launch on January 28, 2021, thanks to you and everyone in the UniFarm Community for helping us achieve all of these milestones.

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UniFarm is a one-of-a-kind staking solution where the best projects in DeFi space come together to provide value to investors. UniFarm allows you to stake one token but earn multiple high-value tokens, so in addition to a great APY, your returns are automatically diversified as well.

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