Q4 2022 saw investment capital inflows of $2.3 billion, continuing the trend since April sparked by the collapse of Terra and subsequent fallout.
December continued to see Bitcoin trade below its 50-, 100- and 200-day moving averages, but stabilization in the DeFi sector is flashing positive signals at the start of 2023.
After a tumultuous year in crypto, investors are now more selective with their funding.
Cointelegraph Research asked top venture capitalists and industry professionals, “What is Web3, and what does it mean for the industry?”
November saw a reduction in BTC mining revenue for publicly traded miners, a decline in venture capital investment, and signals of Bitcoin going to $12,000.
Crypto database shows that most firms are venture capital at 52.8%, followed by hedge funds with 44.3% and then private equity and mutual funds at 2.9%.
Web3 promises plenty of lofty goals and ideas, but what is it really, and are we close to achieving the dream?
It’s Downtober for crypto as venture capital drops 48.6%, security token volume is down 24.8%, and Core Scientific and Argo Blockchain face financial difficulties.
Even though venture capital inflows into the blockchain industry dropped by 66% in Q3 2022, it doesn’t necessarily suggest an overwhelmingly bearish sentiment.
A survey on the appetite for digital assets for institutional investors showed that 43% already own digital assets.