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De.Fi has completed over US$5 million in token sale financing, with participation from OKX Ventures and others

Web3 SocialFi and antivirus software De.Fi have completed a financing of more than $5 million in DEFI token sales, with investors including HOF Capital, OKX Ventures, Huobi Ventures, MEXC, as well as Coinbase and Binance directors.

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