Auradine, a firm that specialises in web infrastructure solutions including blockchain, security and privacy has raised $81m in funding.
The Series A round was led by Celesta Capital and Mayfield and saw participation from Marathon Digital Holdings, Cota Capital, DCVC, and Stanford University.
Auradine is developing disruptive infrastructure solutions leveraging cutting-edge technologies such as energy-efficient silicon, zero-knowledge proofs and AI to deliver an unmatched value proposition for decentralized applications.
Founded in 2022, Auradine has a sustained track record of delivering market-leading products that have generated over $10bn in revenues at multi-billion infrastructure companies and unicorns.
The company has also established a board of strategic advisors and investors, which includes senior industry leaders and founding members of Palo Alto Networks and Cavium. Further, the company has created a technology advisory board consisting of professors from UC Berkeley, University of Michigan and University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign who are at the forefront of research in security and privacy.
Auradine CEO and co-founder Rajiv Khemani said, “We are delighted to receive the support of top-tier investors who share our vision and passion for building the web infrastructure of the future. With this funding, we will accelerate our development and go-to-market efforts to deliver breakthrough solutions.”
Huntress, a pioneer in managed security platforms for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs), has recently successfully garnered $60m in a Series C funding round.
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