GOGO protocol, a Zug, Switzerland-based provider of an open-source DeFi protocol for asset management and savings, raised $2M in funding.
The round was led by Shima Capital, Digistrats, and MEXC Pioneer.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate growth and expand operations.
Led by Garry Krugljakow, founder, GOGO Protocol is building the world’s first non-custodial decentralized asset manager with partitioned funds on-chain. They offer security through NFT smartVaults, near gas-less transactions, and keyless non-custodial wallets for users to create a robust, DeFi ecosystem.
It is built by a global team of 35+ professionals, spread across 3 continents, with deep crypto/DeFi expertise and with roots in banking, finance, tech, arts, entertainment, and gaming, as well as more than 10 years of experience in building multi-billion dollar tech companies such as N26, Consensys, Binance, Deutsche Bank and Sovryn.