- Ecosapiens has announced a $3.5 million funding round led by Collab+Currency.
- The fundraising also attracted participation from GMoney alongside several angel investors.
- Celo CFO Alex Witt and former Moonbirds COO Ryan Carson also joined the round.
Ecosapiens has announced a $3.5 million funding round led by Collab+Currency with prominent investor and builder Gmoney also joining the round. Angel investors participating in the round include the CFO of Celo Alex Witt and former COO of Moonbirds Ryan Carson.
Slow Ventures, Menlo Ventures, Alumni Ventures Blockchain Fund, Boost VC and Brayton Williams, Co-Founder of Boost VC also returned as investors following their participation in the pre-seed round announced in May last year.
Ecosapiens has now raised a total of $5 million to date as it seeks to accelerate the onboarding process for its eco-conscious community.
Ecosapiens is a community created to provide eco-sensitive individuals with a platform to effect positive change in the environment. According to the company, its digital infrastructure and resources, including NFTs, carbon infrastructure, chat groups, and even a comic series provide members with the means to offset their entire annual carbon footprint.
“We’re on a mission to make carbon removal and sustainability seamless, fun and engaging,” said Ecosapiens co-founder Nihar Neelakanti. “Thanks to Collab+Currency and our other partners’ support, we’ll be able to scale our workforce, build out our community and our offerings, and empower people to show our planet some love by offsetting their entire annual carbon footprint.”
Members get to use more energy-efficient products and support the transition to a green economy through the community they create.
Highlighting the incredible power of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), GMoney said Ecosapiens is leveraging NFT technology for positive climate action.
“They’re making it easy for individuals from any background – art lovers, NFT collectors, environmentalists, you name it – to make environmental sustainability a byproduct of their daily lives and hobbies. I’m proud to support Ecosapiens in its mission and excited to see its impact on the future of our planet and people,” said GMoney.
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