The Stockholm-based Web3 development platform has raised $40 million in a Series A funding round.
Moralis Raises $40 Million in Funding
Moralis can today announce the closure of its Series A funding round, in which it raised $40 million. This comes off the heels of the company’s seed round in October of last year, in which Moralis raised €11.5 million. The Sweden-based – but remote-first – Web3 development platform was founded in 2021 by Ivan Liljeqvist (CEO) and Filip Martinsson (COO).
The startup intends to make it easier for all developers to build Web3 projects. It’s no secret that the Web3 industry has seen a flurry of interest in the last year. However, traditional Web3 development is still fraught with entry-barriers for developers and go-to-market. Moralis solves this by giving developers access to a powerful backend infrastructure accessible with just a few lines of code.
Moralis Series A Round
“Web3 democratizes the use of the internet so you don’t have to go through the intermediaries that we do today, which is normally big tech,” said Ivan Liljeqvist. Moralis’ cross-chain compatibility allows Web3 developers to build on the most popular blockchains. “There is a clear trend that people want to build on more blockchains than just Ethereum,” continued Liljeqvist.
Liljeqvist went on to outline that Moralis will leverage the Series A funding round to speed up product development. Moreover, it will help scale the platform to support more and larger clients, and refine the overall user experience.
Filip Martinsson highlights that Moralis’ focus will be on expanding the product, growing the business and improving the UX. “We will be focusing on a few things this year, such as speeding up product development, scaling it so that we can support more clients and larger clients, and improving the user experience,” said Martinsson.
Tens of thousands of Web3 projects already use Moralis’ software and APIs – such as its NFT API and Metaverse SDK. This saves developers time and money, and allows them to ship scalable and robust dapps. Specifically, Moralis gives developers access to comprehensive backend infrastructure. This allows developers to launch their Web3 projects in minutes and hours, rather than weeks and months.
By providing industry-leading tools with outstanding ease of use, Moralis intends to accelerate the advent of Web3. Moreover, Moralis democratizes Web3 development by cutting the costs and complexity of Web3 development.