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Security platform Range completes US$2.7 million in seed round financing, with participation from Fenbushi Capital and others

Cosmos Ecology Security Platform Range announced the completion of a $2.7 million seed round of financing, with participation from Robot Ventures, Fenbushi Capital, Bitscale, Informal Systems, Volt Capital, and Chorus One. Range mainly helps blockchain and Rollup avoid smart contract and cross-chain bridge traps and attacks, and plans to expand to other Ethereum L2 platforms such as Arbitrum and Optimism in the future.


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