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Dansk venturefond vil investere 400 mio. i Silicon Valley

Danske Initiator har udstedt sin egen kryptovaluta for at rejse kapital til investeringer i startups.

Den danske venturefond Initiator er ved at gøre sig klar til at kunne løfte små teknologivirksomheder op fra startups til veldrevede virksomheder, der giver afkast. Virksomhederne skal blandt andet findes i it-mekkaet Silicon Valley i Californien. Det skriver Børsen.

"Vores funktionalitet er, at vi er en accelerator, en fond og en launchpad. Den innovation, der foregår i Silicon Valley, er et af vores centrale omdrejningspunkter, og så har vi også nogle folk, der har nogle år på bagen i forhold til start-ups og med erfaring inden for angel-investering," siger Morten Karnøe Søndergaard, adm. direktør i Initiator, til Børsen.

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