San Francisco-based Harbor, which provides a platform and compliance protocol to standardize the way private securities are issued and traded on blockchains, announced it has raised $28 million in new funding. Founders Fund led the funding round, which included participation from new investors Andreessen Horowitz and Pantera Capital, as well as existing investors Craft Ventures, Vy Capital and Valor Equity Partners. Other new investors in the round included Future Perfect Ventures, 1confirmation, Abstract Ventures and Signia Venture Partners. Individual investors in the round included Nicolas Berggruen of Berggruen Holdings, Napoleon Ta of Founders Fund and Kyle Samani and Tushar Jain of Multicoin Capital. The company was founded in 2017 and has now raised more than $40 million in funding.
Source: Company release