The American startup NFT Optic from founders from Russia raised the first $11 million under the leadership of the venture capital fund Kleiner Perkins a month after the official launch. The funds will be used to create infrastructure and attract staff.

Russia-based startup Optic raises the first $11 million in a round led by Kleiner Perkins

Coindesk writes about the deal. Roman Doronin, one of the founders of Optic, also wrote about it on his social network page.

Optic raised $11 million in seed funding from its seed round of investment. It was led by Kleiner Perkins and named by The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal as one of the most respected and well-known foundations in Silicon Valley. The round also included Lattice Capital, OpenSea, Circle, Polygon, CoinDCX, Neon DAO, and Flamingo DAO.

Doronin told the publication that the startup will use the funds raised to develop infrastructure and attract new staff.

Optic's solution will help control copyright in Web 3.0 and will recognize NFT content. The solution is based on artificial intelligence technologies. The optics as a percentage reflects how the token matches existing NFT collections. It should be noted that optical technologies are already using OpenSea.

Optic was launched by founder Roman Doronin, EORA DATA LAB CTO Vladislav Vinogradov, and former Google product manager Andrey Doronichev on June 20.


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Source: RB

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