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Salad Ventures announced today that it has raised 13.5 million in a private sales round. The funding will go towards the creation of Salad’s upcoming operating system, GuildOS, to manage the Play-to-Earn Guild.
Investors in the round include Almeida Research, C2 Ventures, Crossbeam Venture Partners, Foundation Capital, Gemini Frontier Fund, Winklevos Capital, Polygon Studios and others. So far, Salad has raised 15.5 million in two rounds.
The Salad GuildOS is raising funds, which it plans to launch in the first six months of 2022. It describes the OS as a “secure, web-based platform that allows anyone to start, operate, and scale a play-to-earn guild. The aim is to make management easier and more profitable.
Sim told Gamesbeat in an interview that his team is also focusing on education. “Because it sounds like an easy-money thing, you will have a lot of people who are untrained, and eventually the profitability of the gamefie space will also fall across the board. Some learning platforms should also be provided to learn more about sports and become more proficient in blockchain sports. “
The company launched its education platform Salad Academy last December, for gamefie (or play-to-earn) space. The site offers free courses on blockchain titles. More than 6,000 students have signed up for the courses since the launch, according to Salad.
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