The team behind Dogami, a Web3 game about “adopting” and fostering virtual dogs, has raised $7 million in a massive funding round. Block reports.
The investment round was led by European venture capital firm XAnge, with participation from Bpifrance, Blockchain Founders Fund, and Wagram Capital. in December 2021, Dogami raised $6 million from Animoca Brands, Sandbox Ubisoft, among others.
Dogami are no ordinary dogs. They came to Earth from outer space for a specific purpose. They need to find someone to bond with, to recover their memories, and to remember their heritage and origins,” said Max Stockl, CEO of Dogami.
Established in mid-2021, the plan allows users to purchase non-exchange tokens (NFTs) from 3D Dogami. The startup has also released DOGA House, a mobile game for Dogami NFT hosts. According to the team, the average age of the plan’s players is in their 30s.
Stokla said the storyline, developed by a former Marvel scriptwriter, will allow Dogami to continue publishing content for years to come. The startup is eager to enter the global market with the ability to distribute in comic or video format.
Recall that in December, NFT platform Shibuya expressed interest in a $6.9 million plan to produce an animated series in which the story targets select visitors with NFT’s assistance.
Earlier, the well-known media player Winamp integrated the help of non-exchangeable tokens into the Ethereum and Polygon networks. Unable to load all totals.