Exordium Limited raised more than $3M through sales of its EXO security token for Infinite Fleet from investors including Adam Back and Charlie Lee.
Pixelmatic’s Infinite Fleet space adventure game raised more than $3 million within 24 hours from investors including Adam Back and Charlie Lee.
According to a statement from Pixelmatic, shared with Cointelegraph, the game created by Blockstream CSO and Pixelmatic CEO Samson Mow raised $3.1 million on global online investment platform BnkToTheFuture through sales of its EXO token.
A private funding round led by Litecoin (LTC) creator Charlie Lee, Blockstream CEO Adam Back, and Max Keiser, host of the Keiser Report went beyond Pixelmatic’s $3 million goal after an allocation on BnkToTheFuture sold out within 24 hours.
Infinite Fleet’s publisher Exordium Limited launched the EXO security token “representing equity and profit sharing rights” on Liquid Securities, a platform that sits on top of Bitcoin (BTC) sidechain Liquid Network.
Cointelegraph has reported that Infinite Fleet partnered with blockchain marketplace STOKR to launch a public security token offering (STO).
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The blockchain space strategy game features space stations, asteroid mining, fleets of spaceships and real time strategy style combat.