Web3 Social Platform Topic.Market Completed a Strategic Round of Financing of US$2 Million, With Bakery Incubator Participating in the Investment

Web3 social platform Topic.Market has announced the completion of a $2 million strategic round of financing, with Bakery's investment arm Bakery Incubator participating. Topic.Market is both a social platform and a trading platform, allowing users to create their own cryptocurrency themes and set pricing mechanisms, and then invest based on community interest. The platform will begin testing next week.


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