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This year, there have been more than 90 Bitcoin ecosystem-related financings

There have been more than 90 financing transactions related to the Bitcoin ecosystem since 2024, setting a new record for the highest number of financing transactions in a single year in Bitcoin's history. Kyle Samani, Managing Partner at Multicoin Capital, pointed out that with the emergence of the Bitcoin Taproot upgrade and the Ordinals protocol, the Bitcoin ecosystem is experiencing a "developer renaissance". For some developers, building financial tools on Bitcoin is more attractive because it is the oldest and most secure blockchain. Multicoin Capital's investment trend is reportedly shifting from Solana to the Bitcoin ecosystem. The venture capital firm has invested in projects such as Solana Labs and StarkWare, but recently participated in the funding of the Bitcoin-native music platform Arch Network and the Bitcoin scaling network Mezo.


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