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[Funding alert] Blockchain startup BlockSurvey raises $500k led by Stacks Accelerator, others

Blockchain startup BlockSurvey
Wilson Bright

Blockchain-based survey platform BlockSurvey, has raised $500k in a pre-seed round from blockchain innovators, such as Stacks Accelerator, Gossamer Capital, DeSpread, GBV Capital & others.

Other VC firms including A41 Ventures, Zanavu Ventures, Badhouse Ventures, Trevor Owens, Jun Gong, former co-founder of Dapp[dot]com also participated in the funding round.

Blockchain startup BlockSurvey was founded by Wilson Bright and Raja Ilayaperumal founded in 2020.

“BlockSurvey’s mission is to empower individuals to control their identities and data in the data sharing space. With just one click, forms, surveys, and data exchanges can be completed. At any given moment, you can see who has access to your data. You can also revoke permission for your data if necessary. This is done through a single decentralised wallet controlled by the user. In Web 3.0, BlockSurvey will change the way we collect and share data”. Wilson Bright Co-founder, BlockSurvey, said.

BlockSurvey is a privacy-focused form and survey platform. Helping people collect sensitive data in the areas of mental health, sexual health, activism, protests. Etc. End-to-end encrypted. Powered by Stacks Blockchain.

“We are happy to support Stacks blockchain ecosystem’s OG project, which has been active since the days of Blockstack. We will support BlockSurvey to grow into a Web3.0 platform that will work in tandem with the ‘Can’t be evil.’ internet motto,” GM Chung, Managing Director of DeSpread Creative, said.

Blockchain startup BlockSurvey will use the funds to further develop its blockchain-based survey platform to be a data collection platform for the whole of Web3.0.

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