Twitch co-founder Justin Kan announces $35M seed funding for Fractal

Twitch co-founder Justin Kan announces $35M seed funding for Fractal

Fractal, the new gaming NFT marketplace founded by Justin Kan, co-founder of live video streaming giant Twitch, recently bagged $35 million from Timothy Ferriss, Paradigm and Multicoin Capital, and more. 

Fractal went public on 30th Dec 2021. The new funding has been raised for the development of a thriving gaming ecosystem for participants and for hiring more employees for games development and growth. 

Fractal has recently launched a unique feature called Fractal Launchpad for game companies to sell their NFT collections publicly. Gamers or GameFi enthusiasts can buy or sell gaming NFTs on the platform easily. 

Most of the games released on Fractal launchpad are real-time strategy games, including a large buffet of varieties. Fractal is now open to receive applications from the game companies to list their NFTs. They can easily apply through the company’s website. 

The Fractal team backs games that foster truly open and decentralized economies. The blockchain will allow for a paradigm change in future gaming paradigms.

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