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Ethereum L2 Rollup project Ten completed US$7.5 million in financing, with participation from DWF Labs and others

According to official sources, Ethereum Layer 2 Rollup project Ten (formerly Obscuro) has announced the completion of a $7.5 million financing round with participation from Republic Capital, KuCoin Labs, R3, Big Brain Holdings, Magnus Capital, Builder Capital, DWF Labs, Pragma Ventures, GTS Ventures, and others.

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