Bestizium rolls up its arms to grow the Web 3.0 ecosystem… Altos Ventures also participates In order to grow the Web 3.0 ecosystem, Krafton, the developer of Battlegrounds, and Snow, the parent company of ZEPETO, are joining hands.
Bestizium, the first-generation blockchain accelerator in Korea, announced on the 23rd that it would operate a matching fund with Krafton, Snow, and Altos Ventures, a domestic venture capital. Through this, they are investing in the Web 3.0 ecosystem.
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Bestizium is a blockchain-specialized accelerator that has successfully nurtured and invested in leading blockchain projects such as Terra, Pay Protocol, Milk, and PlayDapp.
This joint investment is noteworthy in that three leading companies in each field have jointly planned a joint investment for the Web 3.0 ecosystem.
Bestizium’s high-level understanding of blockchain technology, Altos Ventures’ insight into discovering IT and service companies, Crafton’s know-how and experience from the battleground development and operation, and Snow’s accumulated knowledge as the parent company of Asia’s largest metaverse platform ZEPETO. The explanation is that the combination of influences in the metaverse ecosystem is expected. Based on this, they plan to foster and realize various metaverse projects, and related investments are expected to gain momentum.
In particular, Krafton is taking the lead in creating a Web 3.0 ecosystem that creates fresh fun through content creation, and is collaborating with a number of partners.
In this regard, Bestizium officials are not satisfied with the success of the existing portfolio and are very happy to have the opportunity to contribute to the growth of the entire Web 3.0 ecosystem in a broader scope. said to expect
Hee-eun Park, partner of Altos Ventures, said that they are pleased to welcome Bestizium, Krafton, and Snow as partners for the growth of the Web 3.0 ecosystem. He emphasized that he expects to bring a new paradigm of