Zenith Chain secures $35 Million in Investment Funding

Zenith Chain, a Lithuanian Blockchain Startup, has entered into an investment financing deal with GEM Digital Limited, totaling $35 million.

The investment will help the company move from where it is now to a much better place while the entire company continues to work tirelessly for further improvement in both operations and management. Jonathan Emmanuel, the CEO.

In his words, “This investment funding from GEM will help the company further improve on its existing products and help in the launch of new ones, thereby achieving its goal of creating blockchain solutions for extensive use and ultimately increasing user adoption.

About Zenith Chain

Zenith Chain is an innovative blockchain technology startup. It aims to provide a cost-effective solution for blockchain transactions that allows speed, security, and low fees. Already, the establishment is ranked among the top startups in Lithuania. The blockchain works with all smart contracts currently built on Ethereum. It is also compatible for creating NFTs and decentralized crypto exchanges.

Zenith Exchange: A cutting-edge crypto exchange offering secure trading. It is a licensed exchange platform that addresses critical issues such security, liquidity, fiat to cryptocurrency and vice versa transaction, among other things.

GEM Digital Limited

GEM Digital Limited is an investment company that specializes in digital assets. The firm is based in The Bahamas and actively sources, structures, and invests utility tokens that are listed on more than 30 CEXs and DEXs around the world.

Global Emerging Markets (“GEM”) is a $3.4 billion, alternative investment group with operations in Paris, New York, and Bahamas. GEM oversees an array of investment vehicles that are focused on emerging markets. It has executed over 500 transactions in 72 different countries. Each investment vehicle is different in terms of operational control and risk-adjusted returns. GEM and its associates have access to the following funds and investment vehicles: Small-Mid Cap Management buyouts, Private Investments in Public Equities, and selected venture investments.

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