CAMBRIDGE, Mass.– Cambridge Blockchain, Inc. a digital identity enterprise software provider, announced today that PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) has joined its Series A funding round. With this investment, the two companies will explore potential collaborations to leverage blockchain technology.
Cambridge Blockchain, a digital identity enterprise software provider, announced today that PayPal has joined its Series A funding round #Identity @PayPalNews
“Our service helps streamline digital identity compliance while giving customers control over their identity data,” said Matthew Commons, Cambridge Blockchain’s CEO. “We are honored by PayPal’s vote of confidence, and we look forward to their support and guidance.”
Cambridge Blockchain’s solutions harness the potential of blockchain to deliver strong digital identities at a global scale and meet the increasingly stringent data privacy obligations globally. The company has specific experience in designing software systems to share identity data across European financial institutions.
The funding is an extension of Cambridge Blockchain’s Series A funding round, which includes new investments from Omidyar Network and Flourish, a venture of The Omidyar Group. Previous Series A investors include Foxconn’s HCM Capital, Partech Partners, Future\Perfect Ventures and Digital Currency Group.
About Cambridge Blockchain
Cambridge Blockchain makes digital identity enterprise software for financial institutions, delivering strong digital identities at a global scale while providing individuals control over their own identity data. By combining blockchain technology with an off-chain personal data service, the company creates an independent source of validation through the network effects of trusted parties, natural persons, legal entities and devices. Identity data is reliably and flexibly managed and secured, leading to seamless transactions, operational efficiencies and strong privacy. For more information, visit https://www.cambridge-blockchain.com/.
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