Bitcoin rewards app Lolli raises $ 10m as part of Series A funding

Lolli, the bitcoin (BTC) rewards app, today announced it has raised more than $ 10 million in its latest funding round, led by venture capital firm Acrew Capital. They also said acrew is cooperating with banana Capital, up North Management and Animal Capital, General. A Z-focused venture fund founded by social media influencers Josh Richards, Griffin Johnson and Noah Beck.

The Tour’s sponsors include leading Fri influencers, entrepreneurs such as Logan Paul, Chantel Jeffries, Lauren Riihimaki, Kenny Beecham and Baron Davis. Also,

Lolly said the funds raised as part of its Series A funding round would be used to fund the company’s expansion by hiring more employees, signing new partnership agreements and developing a newly launched mobile app.

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The founders of Lolli stressed the importance of more accessible use of bitcoin in the long term, amid the rapid and inevitable growth of cryptocurrencies. L Apr focuses on making bitcoin use less scary and more interesting for users to bridge the gap between the crypto niche and decency.

“We are excited to support so many incredible investors and other entrepreneurs who believe in our mission to make bitcoin more accessible to everyone. “We feel it is necessary to engage leading creators to train, spread and strengthen bitcoin’s power in the masses,” said Alex Adelman, Lolli’s CEO and co-founder.

Lauren Kolodny, co-founder and Managing Partner of Acrew capital, stresses that its goal is to democratize access to bitcoin by using rewards as the first way to endorse the cryptocurrency by the retail consumer.

“This low barrier and low risk entry point makes bitcoin more accessible to a wider range of people,” Kolodny said.

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