Nuance Connected Capital: ‘crypto is here to stay’

Dan Brunskill
Mon, 08 Nov 2021

Nuance Connected Capital: ‘crypto is here to stay’
Founding partner Adrien Gheur said NZ startups have been underfunded for years; but that is changing. (Photo: supplied)
Dan Brunskill
Mon, 08 Nov 2021
Nuance Connected Capital is New Zealand’s newest venture fund but it has hit the ground running as the lead investor in Easy Crypto’s $17 million funding round last month. Founding partner Adrien Gheur said he had heard the cryptocurrency retailer was raising capital but assumed they would have already missed the round. But when his fund approached co-founder Janine Grainger, she told them she still needed someone to lead the round as “everybody’s afraid to”.“And I said: well, we’re not afraid...

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