Digital Assets Data, a NYC-based fintech startup, raised a seed funding round of undisclosed amount.
Vestigo Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm focused on fintech, made the investment. In conjunction with the funding, Mark Casady, general partner of Vestigo Ventures, will serve on Digital Assets Data’s Advisory Board.
The company intends to use the funds to scale its technology and programming operations.
Launched by serial entrepreneur Mike Alfred, the Co-founder and former Chief Executive Officer of BrightScope, and his brother Eddie Alfred, along with Jason Yates, former Chief Technology Officer of BrightScope, Digital Assets Data seeks to bring data, information and transparency to cryptoassets, including currencies, platforms, applications, side chains, security tokens, and initial coin offers (ICOs) through subscription services to hedge funds and other institutional investors.