Panther Protocol raises $8 million to bring Privacy into DeFi
The Public Sale is on the horizon
We are delighted to announce that we have completed a private sale raising $8 million for an interoperable privacy solution for DeFi. The funds were raised from more than 140 investors demonstrating the breadth and interest in the project. The private sale was oversubscribed.
CEO and co-founder Oliver Gales says: “Raising these funds will allow us to deliver on our roadmap and vision to restore the right to privacy and to protect against a surveillance economy.
“The response from the community has been powerful, demonstrating both the demand for this service and at the same time the trust that investors show to our team.”
The mission of Panther Protocol is to provide users with transactional privacy when interacting with all of DeFi while preserving competitive advantages and individual freedoms.
Panther Protocol will conduct a Public Sale closer to the end of July. Many community members did not make it into one of the previous sale rounds but we are determined to support our early community. Follow us on Panther Protocols’ official media for an announcement.
Panther is a decentralized protocol that enables interoperable privacy in DeFi using zero-knowledge proofs.
Users can mint fully-collateralized, composable tokens called zAssets, which can be used to execute private, trusted DeFi transactions across multiple blockchains.
Panther helps investors protect their personal financial data and trading strategies, and provides financial institutions with a clear path to compliantly participate in DeFi.