Azteco Raises $6 Million Seed Funding Round

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Azteco, the first distributor of bitcoin vouchers for everyday usage, revealed today that it has raised $6 million in early funding. Lightning Ventures, Hivemind Ventures, Ride Wave Ventures, Aleka Capital, Visary Capital, Gaingels, David Van Der Weele, and Sunil Rajaraman participated in the round, which was chaired by Jack Dorsey.

The seed money will assist Azteco in its objective to create a solution that promotes financial inclusion and long-term stability to billions of individuals who confront untrustworthy or volatile economic conditions. Azteco coupons can be redeemed online as well as at hundreds of thousands of retail locations in over 195 countries, allowing people to spend, save, and send modest amounts of bitcoin to friends, family, and merchants.

Azteco, which debuted in 2014, discovered that more than 2 billion individuals globally use smartphones but lack access to traditional banking services. For these people, bitcoin offers a low-cost, safe, and flexible alternative to traditional banking that eliminates payer fraud and enables the unbanked population to hold money, make transactions, and obtain credit without the need for a typical bank account. Azteco’s user-friendly technology and voucher system enable consumers to rapidly store, spend, and send modest amounts of bitcoin, allowing for economic and long-term financial stability and freedom.

Azteco is the only provider of vouchers for small amounts of bitcoin, making it easy for people to save, spend, and send. Our platform offers an easy-to-use technology and voucher system that empowers everyone to enjoy their life’s work and worth–without the burdens of the traditional financial system. With a global network built on trust and local connections, Azteco offers consumers the means to build a better life, a little bit at a time. Join us at Azteco and start building a better future for yourself and for the world.

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