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Sequoia Capital, a major US venture capital firm based in California, has announced today that it has launched a cryptocurrency-focused fund that will enable it to focus on investing in crypto toke...

Sequoia Capital Unveils a $500–600 Million Crypto Fund to Invest in Digital Assets

Sequoia Capital, a major US venture capital firm based in California, has announced today that it has launched a cryptocurrency-focused fund that will enable it to focus on investing in crypto toke…

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